Question: Question 39 A Cholecystectomy, Or The Removal Of The Gallbladder Is A Procedure That Can Be Done When Patients Have Large Or Several Gallstones That Cause Pain. What Is The New Route Of Bile In Someone Who Has Had The Surgery? Gallbladder → Cystic Duct → Common Hepatic Duct → Common Bile Duct Hepatopancreatic Ampulla + Major Duodenal Papilla → …

Question: Question 39 A Cholecystectomy, Or The Removal Of The Gallbladder Is A Procedure That Can Be Done When Patients Have Large Or Several Gallstones That Cause Pain. What Is The New Route Of Bile In Someone Who Has Had The Surgery? Gallbladder → Cystic Duct → Common Hepatic Duct → Common Bile Duct Hepatopancreatic Ampulla + Major Duodenal Papilla → …

Question 39 A cholecystectomy, or the removal of the gallbladder is a procedure that can be done when patients have large or

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Question 39 A cholecystectomy, or the removal of the gallbladder is a procedure that can be done when patients have large or several gallstones that cause pain. What is the new route of bile in someone who has had the surgery? Gallbladder → Cystic duct → Common hepatic duct → Common bile duct Hepatopancreatic ampulla + Major duodenal papilla → Duodenum Minor duodenal papilla → Common hepatic duct Common bile duct – Hepatopancreatic ampulla → Major duodenal papilla → Cystic duct → Duodenum 2.5 pts Common bile duct — Hepatopancreatic ampulla – Major duodenal papilla → Duodenum