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What is actigall (ursodiol)?

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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Family Medicine

In brief: Actigall/ursodiol is

A bile acid used to dissolve non-calcified gallstones measuring less than 20 millimeters (about 3/4 inch) in diameter. Liver function must be monitored.
The drug acts slowly, & gallstone may recur.

In brief: Actigall/ursodiol is

A bile acid used to dissolve non-calcified gallstones measuring less than 20 millimeters (about 3/4 inch) in diameter. Liver function must be monitored.
The drug acts slowly, & gallstone may recur.
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