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Bile Duct Damage
Your liver is responsible for producing a vital digestive fluid known as bile. This bile is stored in your gallbladder between meals and is released into bile ducts when you eat. These bile ducts carry the bile to your small intestine, where it plays a crucial role in breaking down fats and assisting the liver in eliminating toxins and waste products from your body.
The bile ducts serve as the conduits responsible for transporting bile from the liver to the small intestine. However, when these ducts sustain damage or blockages, bile may accumulate within the liver, resulting in harm to liver cells. This harm can ultimately progress to liver failure.
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