Typical symptoms of biliary pain

How do patients with biliary pain typically describe their symptoms?

Pain arising from the biliary tree is often localized to the epigastric or right upper quadrant. It may be precipitated by eating—classically by a fatty meal. The pain often radiates to the scapula, right shoulder, or lower abdomen. Patients may describe nausea and vomiting.


Sign up to receive the trending updates and tons of Health Tips

Join SeekhealthZ and never miss the latest health information

Scroll to Top