Medical Definition of Courvoisier phenomenon

1. In the presence of jaundice: small gall bladder most likely to be cholecystitis / impacted stone (gall bladder chronically inflamed, scarred), large gall bladder most likely to be NEOPLASM (gall bladder intrinsically normal, can dilate), pancreatic head, cholangiocarcinoma (distal common bile duct), ampulla of Vater, duodenal papilla (12 Dec 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Courvoisier Phenomenon

courts
courts-baron
courts-leet
courts-martial
courts martial
courts of equity
courts of law
courtsey
courtships
courtside
courtsides
courtyard
courtyardlike
courtyards
courvoisier phenomenon (current term)
couscous
couscouses
couscousou
cousin
cousin-aunt
cousin-aunts
cousin-brother
cousin-german
cousin-germans
cousin-in-law
cousin-in-laws
cousin-sister
cousin-uncle

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