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Stones in the Bile Duct

Stones in the Bile Duct: Overview, Symptoms, Treatment | Singapore General Hospital

Stones in the Bile Duct - Symptoms

Jaundice refers to yellowing of the skin and the white of the eyes (sclera). The urine turns dark, and stools may be lighter in colour. When cholangitis is present, there is fever which is often experienced together with feeling cold and intense shivering. Pain is felt over the upper central abdominal region, which may be felt going to the back in the case of pancreatitis.

Stones in the Bile Duct - How to prevent?

Stones in the Bile Duct - Causes and Risk Factors

Stones in the Bile Duct - Diagnosis

Stones in the Bile Duct - Preparing for surgery

Stones in the Bile Duct - Post-surgery care

Stones in the Bile Duct - Other Information

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