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bil·i·ar·y

 (bĭl′ē-ĕr′ē)
adj.
1. Of or relating to bile, the bile ducts, or the gallbladder.
2. Transporting bile.
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biliary

(ˈbɪlɪərɪ)
adj
(Physiology) of or relating to bile, to the ducts that convey bile, or to the gall bladder
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bil•i•ar•y

(ˈbɪl iˌɛr i, ˈbɪl yə ri)

adj.
a. of bile.
b. conveying bile.
[1725–35; perhaps < French biliaire]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.biliary - relating to or containing bilebiliary - relating to or containing bile  
2.biliary - relating to the bile ducts or the gallbladderbiliary - relating to the bile ducts or the gallbladder
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Translations

bil·i·ar·y

a. biliar, rel. a la bilis, los conductos biliares o la vesícula;
___ duct obstructionobstrucción del conducto ___;
___ stasiscolestasis;
___ tract diseasesenfermedades de las vías ___-es;
___ tract hemorrhagehemobilia.
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biliary

adj biliar
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References in periodicals archive ?
Additionally, because of their similar echogenicity, clots can masquerade as biliary stones on imaging studies.
Mobile Medical Technology is based in Christchurch and provides a mobile operating theatre environment with an ESWL machine for the treatment of kidney stone and other calcifications, like biliary stones. This mobile service has been operating throughout New Zealand, from Whangarei to Invercargill, since 1995.
Since biliary infection control as one of the three basic preconditions for radical resection/excision of the choledochocele could not be ensured at that time, only Rouxen-Y anastomosis, resection of the part of the ileum, removal of sludge and biliary stones, and creation of a new anastomosis were performed.
In both cases, biliary stones or sludge had not been detected in the CT scan 2 weeks before the onset.
SpyGlass-directed therapy has been shown to have success rates of 90-100% in the treatment of biliary stones [11].
Campbell, "Biliary stones and sludge in liver transplant patients: A 13-year experience," Radiology, vol.
In one multicentre study of 31 patients, overall complications were three times higher following mechanical lithotripsy for pancreatic stones (11.6%) compared to biliary stones (3.6%), with fracture of the basket the most common complication [9].
AP is a disease with a broad spectrum of etiologies.[sup][4] Although most cases are secondary to biliary stones or alcohol abuse, other potential causes such as toxins, drugs, surgery, metabolic or autoimmune conditions, and infections should be considered once the two most common etiologies have been excluded.
All patients had full blood count and blood chemistry including serum amylase estimation done and biliary pancreatitis was diagnosed when biliary stones were demonstrated by ultrasonography which was performed within 24 hours of admission.