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Table 2 Clinical presentation of obstructive jaundice

From: Etiological spectrum and treatment outcome of Obstructive jaundice at a University teaching Hospital in northwestern Tanzania: A diagnostic and therapeutic challenges

Clinical feature Benign Malignant Total
Jaundice 48(41.4%) 68(58.6%) 116(100%)
Clay colored stool 42(36.2%) 62(53.4%) 104(89.6%)
Pruritis 40(34.5%) 50(43.1%) 90(77.6%)
Weight loss 5(4.3%) 66(56.9%) 71(61.2%)
Right upper abdominal pain 48(41.4%) 20(17.2%) 68(58.6%)
Scratch marks 30(25.9%) 32 (27.6%) 62(53.4%)
Abdominal mass 1(0.9%) 59(50.9%) 60(51.8%)