Nov '14
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  • Q:

    A gallstone is a stone which can be formed in the gallbladder. At times, such stones may pass out from the gallbladder and into the common bile duct. Assuming that this stone can continue to pass through the duct and into the GI system, which of the following structures would the stone likely not likely not touch during its travel?

     

    A

    Jejunum

    B

    Pancreatic duct

    C

    Pylorus of the stomach

    D

    Ampulla of vater (connection of the common bile duct to the small intestine)




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