Endoscopic drainage with a metallic stent for obstructive jaundice
caused by bile duct metastasis of breast Cancer: A case report
A 66-year-old breast ductal carcinoma patient developed obstructive
jaundice, presenting with epigastric discomfort and dark-colored urine.
Contrast-enhanced computed tomography and endoscopic retrograde
cholangiopancreatography revealed bile duct stenosis. Brushing cytology
and tissue biopsy confirmed bile duct metastasis, and a self-expandable
metallic stent was placed/replaced endoscopically, extending the