noun gall·stone \ˈgl-ˌstōn\

medical : a hard object like a small stone that sometimes forms in the gallbladder and that can cause great pain

Full Definition of GALLSTONE

:  a calculus (as of cholesterol) formed in the gallbladder or biliary passages

First Known Use of GALLSTONE


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Medical Dictionary


noun gall·stone \ˈgl-ˌstōn\

Medical Definition of GALLSTONE

:  a calculus (as of cholesterol) formed in the gallbladder or biliary passages—called also biliary calculus, cholelith


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