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BOF: 163

A 50-year-old male presents with painless jaundice. He has pale stools and dark urine. On examination he is deeply jaundiced and has multiple scratch marks all over his body. On examination of the abdomen a distended gall bladder is palpable.

In this patient, jaundice is due to obstruction at the level of the:

a)      Intrahepatic ducts

b)      Left hepatic duct

c)      Right hepatic duct

d)      Cystic duct

e)      Common bile duct

 

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