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biliary (bil-yer-i) adj. relating to or affecting the bile duct or bile. b. colic severe steady pain in the upper abdomen (in the mid-line or to the right) resulting from obstruction of the gall bladder or common bile duct, usually by a stone. Vomiting often occurs simultaneously. b. fistula see fistula.

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bil·i·ar·y / ˈbilēˌerē; ˈbilyərē/ • adj. Med. of or relating to bile or the bile duct.

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