Congenital respiratory-biliary fistula
Congenital respiratory-biliary fistula (RBF) is a rare developmental defect characterized by an anomalous connection of trachea or bronchus with left hepatic duct presenting with respiratory distress recurrent respiratory infections and biliary expectoration or vomitus.
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Congenital respiratory-biliary fistula?
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