Gall Bladder Stone

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Gall Bladder Stone

Gallstones (regularly misspelled as gall stones, or gall stones) are stones that form inside the gall (bile) inside the gallbladder.

(The gallbladder is a pear-formed organ just below the liver that shops the bile secreted with the aid of the liver.) Bile is a watery liquid made with the aid of the cells of the liver this is crucial for digesting food in the gut, especially fats. Liver cells secrete the bile into small canals in the liver. The bile flows through the canals and into larger gathering ducts inside the liver (the intrahepatic bile ducts). The bile then flows thru the intrahepatic bile ducts out of the liver and into the extrahepatic bile ducts-first into the hepatic bile ducts, then into the commonplace hepatic duct, and ultimately into the commonplace bile duct. From the common bile duct, there are distinct directions that bile can glide. The first route is the not unusual bile duct and into the intestine wherein the bile mixes with food and promotes digestion of food.

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