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Can u tell me about gall blader?

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Garrett Caldwell
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In brief: Gallbladder

Your gallbladder is an organ beneath your liver which holds and concentrates bile, used for digestion/absorption of fats.
The bile duct can be obstructed by gallstones, leading to pain and foul smelling diarrhea. The gallbladder can be removed to reduce the risk of formation and recurring blockage. Risks of this surgery include chronic diarrhea, pain, bleeding, infection, and blockage.

In brief: Gallbladder

Your gallbladder is an organ beneath your liver which holds and concentrates bile, used for digestion/absorption of fats.
The bile duct can be obstructed by gallstones, leading to pain and foul smelling diarrhea. The gallbladder can be removed to reduce the risk of formation and recurring blockage. Risks of this surgery include chronic diarrhea, pain, bleeding, infection, and blockage.
Garrett Caldwell
Garrett Caldwell
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