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White bile

white bile

Designating the relatively clear, almost colourless, clear viscid fluid that occurs in the gallbladder, intestines, or both as a result of obstruction of the bile ducts in various sites; actually the secretion of the mucous membrane, without the usual colour resulting from bile pigments.

Synonym: leukobilin.


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