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colon, as has been frequently done, without detriment to the economy in the supposed necessary presence of bile in the small intestine. This possibility was abundantly proved by the elaborate and carefully conducted experiments by Robson18 on a case of biliary fistula, which he epitomized in the following conclusions: 1. The bile is probably chiefly excrementitious, and like the urine, is constantly being formed and cast out. 2. Though the bile probably assists in the absorption of fats, itsdoi:10.1001/jama.1900.24620270014001c fatcat:de2pdsv7gjfkbinfiwapnjq4e4