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The patient was referred for sonographic evaluation in the emergency department.
Dilatation of common bile duct seen in its entire path to the head of the pancreas. Diameter of up to 1.5 cm. Were not identified parietal thickening or content within. Ultrasound showing normal pancreas and ectasia of the main pancreatic duct (Wirsung> 2 mm). The characterization of the gallbladder was difficult to ultrasound sometimes showing "wall-echo shadow complex."