Friday, December 30, 2011

The fact that removing the gallbladder does not affect the functioning of the liver or intestine?

It does not affect in any way. In evolutionary terms, man does not need today the gallbladder because it feeds several times a day which makes the body a vesicle under-utilized, since there is no need to store as much bile. Some patients, however, by removing the gallbladder may show an increase in the number of evacuations in the first month.

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