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Disease or Condition — Injuries and Poisoning:
ruptured biliary tract

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Description

A ruptured biliary tract is a medical condition in which the bile ducts, which are responsible for carrying bile from the liver to the small intestine, become damaged or torn. This can be caused by a variety of factors, including trauma, infection, or a tumor. Symptoms of a ruptured biliary tract include abdominal pain, fever, jaundice, and nausea. Treatment typically involves surgery to repair the damaged bile ducts.

Synonyms
  • ruptured gallbladder
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