A Young Man with Hemobilia Due to a Fistula between Hepatic Artery and Biliary Tract

Pezhman Alavi Nejad, Amin Bahreini, Majid Asna Ashari


A 22-year-old man who had suffered two attacks of brisk upper gastrointestinal bleeding (UGIB) within a month prior to admission was diagnosed as having hemobilia because of fistula formation between the hepatic artery and intrahepatic bile duct due to inflammation and abrasion. He was managed by surgery.


Hemobilia, Bile ducts, Inflammation, UGIB

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