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Figure 6: (a) A needle is punctured through the stomach wall and into the biliary system of the left hepatic lobe. After injecting contrast you can note that the common bile duct is not seen as the patient had a hepaticojejunostomy and the surgical clips could be seen. (b) A uncovered metal stent is inserted through the stomach and the stent is positioned so that one end is in the left hepatic duct and the other end traverses the hepaticojejunostomy

Figure 6: (a) A needle is punctured through the stomach wall and into the biliary system of the left hepatic lobe. After injecting contrast you can note that the common bile duct is not seen as the patient had a hepaticojejunostomy and the surgical clips could be seen. (b) A uncovered metal stent is inserted through the stomach and the stent is positioned so that one end is in the left hepatic duct and the other end traverses the hepaticojejunostomy