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Bile duct stenting is not a common intervention in most multidisciplinary hospitals in our city. The article presents our 5-year experience with 84 antegrade prosthetic interventions using self-expanding nitinol stents and endoprostheses. The interventions were carried out in 2 stages: percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography drainage followed by biliary stenting or endoprosthetics. All patients were operated on for obstructive jaundice: 10 benign genesis, 74 malignant. The analysis ofdoi:10.17816/mechnikov201911437-46 fatcat:pekob3b6t5h25nkqaccibljfg4