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Inflammatory cholangiopathies – Semiologic and nosologic bases Volume 21, issue 8, Octobre 2014

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Author
Hôpital Saint-Antoine,
centre de référence des maladies inflammatoires des voies biliaires, Assistance Publique-Hôpitaux de Paris (APHP) :
Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC),
UMRS_938, 75571 Paris Cedex, France
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Inflammatory cholangiopathies represent an heterogeneous group of small and/or large bile duct diseases that are difficult to categorize according to an intuitive semiologic or nosologic classification. The purpose of this review is to synthesize the histological and cholangiographic basic injuries that characterize these disorders, and to propose a nosologic approach of these conditions based on their expected mechanisms and levels of lesion along the biliary tree. A brief reminder of the biliary tract anatomy and physiology will precede this presentation.