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Old 05-13-2010
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A 40 year old famous Hollywood actress come to routine health check up. And she has shown with slow and incomplete gallbladder emptying in response to choecystokinin accumulation. The actress is likely to develop -
A. Brown pigment stone.
B. Black pigment stone.
C. Biliary sludge.
D. Cystine stone.
E. Phospholipid stone.
F. Normal Gall bladder due to less fat intake.
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may be she wants to be lean n mean
so
less fat intake ?????
em rite???
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try again ur almost der
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is it phospholipid stone???

as cholecystokinin increases the production of bile andphospho lipid is the component of the bile
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No the ans is not phospholipid. one more trial .
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no the ans is not phospholipid stone. one more trial.
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am going with biliary sludge
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billary sludge due to hypomotilty of gallbladder leading to decreased bile release
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yes the ans is biliary surge
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sorry it's biliary sludge .
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