Variations in Termination of the Pancreatic and Bile Ducts
Showing the variations in the manner of termination of the pancreatic and bile ducts. A, Form in which the common bile duct (C, B, D) and main pancreatic duct (B) end in an ampulla (E). A, Accessory duct; i, ii., iii., first, second, and third stages of the duodenum. B, Form in which the ampulla is partly divided. The accessory duct is shown in its reduced form. C, Form in which he common bile-duct and pancreatic duct become separate openings into the duodenum. The accessory is absent.
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Treves, Frederick Surgical Applied Anatomy (New York, NY: Cassell and Company, LTD, 1922)