A chinese man skin turns bright yellow after tumour blocks bile ducts


The doctors said, "the man's habit of heavy smoking contributed to the large tumor, which eventually led to jaundice.


We all used to hear this quotation several times a day- "Smoking is injurious to health. Smoking causes cancer. Smoking kills." According to the evidence, now sometimes smoking can turn your skin yellow too.


According to the viral photos on social media, a chain-smoker's skin appears to have turned bright yellow after his tumor blocked his bile ducts.


According to a report, a 60-year-old man from China was rushed to the hospital after he felt unwell and noticed his Chinese man's skin turns bright yellow after the tumor blocks bile ducts by turning to a shade of yellow. Doctors at the hospital have attributed the rare condition to a tumor and the man's lifestyle.


Doctors at the hospital were so astonished because the man's body was so bright in color that they pretend it might be painted. Doctors informed that the man was diagnosed with jaundice caused by a large tumor in his pancreas, that had also blocked his bile ducts.


The doctors said, "the man's habit of heavy smoking contributed to the large tumor, which eventually led to jaundice. Further testing revealed the man had a second tumor in his body."

After the removal of the tumors, the doctor advised the man to give up smoking or it might lead to death. The large tumor was diagnosed as malignant. The patient's skin tone returned to normal after the removal of the tumors.