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The gallbladder is a small non-vital organ which aids in the digestive process and stores bile produced in the liver.
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Information about cholecystitis and treatments, including surgery details. ... The gallbladder is a structure on the underside of the liver on the right side ...
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(Click to enlarge) gallbladder (Carlyn Iverson) gallbladder also gall bladder n. A small, pear-shaped muscular sac, located under the right lobe of
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More about Gallbladder cancer: Demographics Causes and symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Resources Gallbladder cancer Definition Cancer of the gallbladder
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Information on gallstones, chronic and acute cholecystitis, and removal of the gallbladder. From the University of Pennsylvania Health System.
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Learn about gallstones symptoms like biliary colic, constant pain in the middle ... about having his gallbladder removed surgically. ... Gallbladder Basics ...
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Learn about the gall bladder disease characterized by inflammation, infection, stones, or obstruction of the gallbladder.
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What are Gallstones and Gall Bladder Disease? The gallbladder is a four-inch sac with a muscular wall that is located under the liver. ...
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Get information on gallbladder problems and learn how to treat the symptoms of gallstones and a gallbladder attack. ... Gallbladder Basics ...
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A gallbladder scan is a nuclear scanning test that is done to evaluate gallbladder function. ... of the gallbladder and the duodenum. ... Gallbladder Basics ...
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About the cancer of the non-essential organ, how it spreads, what causes it, signs and symptoms, treatments, and supportive therapies.
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Expert-reviewed information summary about the treatment of gallbladder cancer. ... Gallbladder cancer is a disease in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the ...
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An estimated twenty million Americans have gallbladder disease. The sole function of the gallbladder is to store bile, which is produced in the ...
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Overview of gallstones, its symptoms and treatment, from the National ... Gallstones are small, pebble-like substances that develop in the gallbladder. ...
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Learn about the gallbladder, the complications arising from gallbladder removal, and other diseases affecting the pear-shaped organ that stores and concentrates bile,
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The gallbladder serves as a reservoir until bile is needed in the small ... Cholecystokinin causes the gallbladder to contract and deliver bile into the intestine. ...
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Gall bladder stones are very common in developed countries and most developing ... Sometimes gallbladder tumours are an incidental finding during surgery for stones. ...
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Surgery to remove gallbladder cancer can have significant side effects and, ... Gallbladder cancers are sometimes found incidentally after a person has a ...
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In humans, the gallbladder is about seven to ten centimeters long and dark green ... Although loss of the gallbladder impairs the efficiency of digestion, an ...
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Offers basic information on the crystalline bodies formed by accretion or ... If the gallbladder is inflamed, the patient will abruptly stop inhaling due to ...
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