Cyst fluid from a patient with polycystic liver disease was obtained by needle aspiration using ultrasound guidance. The constituents of the fluid resembled the “bile salt-independent” fraction of human bile and supports the hypothesis that such cysts are lined by a functioning, secretory bile duct epithelium.
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