A patient has an elevated blood level of indirect (unconjugated) bilirubin. One cause of this finding is that

A patient has an elevated blood level of indirect (unconjugated) bilirubin. One cause of this finding is that
A) the gallbladder is unable to contract to release stored bile.
B) bilirubin is not being conjugated and excreted into the bile by the liver.
C) the Kupffer cells in the liver are unable to remove bilirubin from the blood.
D) there is an obstruction in the biliary tract preventing flow of bile into the small intestine.

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