# BIO 350 Exam 2

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A 35-year-old alcoholic man came to the clinic with pain at the right upper abdominal quadrant. Based on your anatomical knowledge, which of the following could be a possible origin of his pain?

Liver
Duodenum
Pancreas
a, b and c
All of the above
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He mentioned that the pain is increase with food intake and relieved by vomiting. He lost 20 pounds in the last 2 months. On examination, he looked pale, with yellow coloration of the skin and conjunctiva of the eye. The yellow coloration of skin could be due to

Excessive vomiting and loss of nutrient
Excess bilirubin pigments in the circulation
Excess bile salts and deficiency of cholesterol metabolism
Excess red blood cells formation
Laboratory tests revealed elevated liver enzymes; serum amylase and alkaline phosphatase levels. Ultrasound showed abnormal pancreatic mass and hospital admission was done. Based on your anatomical knowledge and patient history above, which of the following parts of the pancreas the mass was highly likely located in this patient?