painless jaundice

pain·less jaun·dice

jaundice not associated with abdominal pain; usually used for obstructive jaundice resulting from obstruction of the common bile duct at the head of the pancreas by a tumor or impaction of a stone.
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Classic pancreatic cancer symptoms are persistent or significant abdominal pain and/ or back pain, painless jaundice (yellow skin/eyes, dark urine), significant and unexplained weight loss.
Common symptoms can include painless jaundice (yellow skin/eyes, dark urine) related to bile duct obstruction, significant and unexplained weight loss and abdominal discomfort When eventually diagnosed, most sufferers find they have untreatable terminal cancer.
A 67 year old man was admitted to hospital after a 5-day period of painless jaundice, pruritus, dark urine and light stools.
A 65-year-old woman was seen because of a 7-year history of intermittent painless jaundice.