Q: About a patient with Jaundice


  

 In a  patient, already diagnosed as suffering from a carcinoma of pancreas head, the tumor provokes a gradual compression of the common bile duct and the patient begins to develop jaundice. The findings related with bilirrubin metabolism that you expect to see in this patient include:

 

a)     high concentration of conjugated bilirrubin in serum , dark urine (bilirrubinuria) and light-colored stools.

b)     high concentration of unconjugated bilirrubin in serum, dark urine, and light-colored stools.

c)      high concentration of conjugated bilirrubin in serum , dark urine (bilirrubinuria) and dark stools

d)     high concentration of conjugated bilirrubin in serum , urine with a normal color and dark stools

e)     normal concentration of conjugated bilirrubin in serum, dark urine and dark colored stools.

f)       normal concentration of unconjugated bilirrubin in serum, urine and stools with normal colors.

g)     normal concentration of bilirrubin in serum, normal urine and light-colored stools 

 

 

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