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I have no idea how these conclusions were reached. First, does data support that chemical sphincterotomy is an effective first line management? This can only be done if there is a chemical sphincterotomy group and a surgical sphincterotomy group. Second, the last two sentences of the conclusion are contradictory. How can two things be equal in one sentence and then one is better than the other in the very next sentence. Ok, I understand that authors didn't have much experience in writing manuscripts and will continue to improve but how this escaped notice of reviewers and editors of JCPSP?
Posted by: rqayyum on Mar 2010

I have no idea how these conclusions were reached. First, does data support that chemical sphincterotomy is an effective first line management? This can only be done if there is a chemical sphincterotomy group and a surgical sphincterotomy group. Second, the last two sentences of the conclusion are contradictory. How can two things be equal in one sentence and then one is better than the other in the very next sentence. Ok, I understand that authors didn't have much experience in writing manuscripts and will continue to improve but how this escaped notice of reviewers and editors of JCPSP?
Posted by: rqayyum on Mar 2010

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