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Malignant biliary obstruction: Percutaneous transhepatic drainage and stenting

Malignant biliary obstruction: Percutaneous transhepatic drainage and stenting - Symptoms

​Usually, patients may present with worsening jaundice (yellowing of the white part of the eyes), itching, dark urine and pale/white stools and also sometimes with abdominal pain. The symptoms will worsen and impact on the quality of life if the obstruction is not relieved.

Malignant biliary obstruction: Percutaneous transhepatic drainage and stenting - Post-surgery care

Malignant biliary obstruction: Percutaneous transhepatic drainage and stenting - Other Information