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bile without the usual color resulting from bile pigments. The term is commonly used to designate the relatively clear, almost colorless viscid fluid that occurs in the gallbladder, bile ducts, or both as a result of obstruction of the bile ducts in various sites.
see white bile.
white bile bile syndrome
fluid and mucus, lacking bile pigments, found in the gallbladder of cats with cholangiohepatitis and severe intrahepatic bile sludging.