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Figure 4: (a) Rank probabilities of the different endoscopic procedures for successful stone removal. (1st session), (b) need for mechanical lithotripsy, (c) early complications, (d) post endoscopic procedure pancreatitis, (e) late complications, (f) stone recurrence. A: EST, B: EPBD EPBD (≤0.5), C: EPBD (>0.5, ≤1), D: EPBD (>1, ≤2), E: EPBD (>2, ≤5). EPBD: Endoscopic papillary balloon dilatation, EST: Endoscopic sphincterotomy

Figure 4: (a) Rank probabilities of the different endoscopic procedures for successful stone removal. (1<sup>st</sup> session), (b) need for mechanical lithotripsy, (c) early complications, (d) post endoscopic procedure pancreatitis, (e) late complications, (f) stone recurrence. A: EST, B: EPBD EPBD (≤0.5), C: EPBD (>0.5, ≤1), D: EPBD (>1, ≤2), E: EPBD (>2, ≤5). EPBD: Endoscopic papillary balloon dilatation, EST: Endoscopic sphincterotomy