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Recent statistics show that the risk of death within the 30 days following bariatric surgery is considerably less than most other operations, including gallbladder removal and hip replacement surgery.
But her vital signs, laboratory tests, ultrasound and a scan of her liver, gallbladder and bile ducts were all normal.
Additionally, infections in the gallbladder and the bile ducts can lead to preterm labor.
Overall, those with a history of periodontal disease were more than three times as likely to develop esophageal cancer—and nearly twice as likely to develop gallbladder cancer—than women without.
Despite negative test results, doctors’ best-guess diagnosed was a gallbladder attack caused by a gallstone blocking a bile duct.
Three weeks ago, Carr was diagnosed with cancer in her brain, lungs, pancreas, liver, gallbladder and colon.
The freckles and lines on her face are visible, as is a prominent scar from her gallbladder surgery the year before.
This can be the result of having your gallbladder removed, taking weight-loss medications, or from a variety of surgeries.
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medical : the organ in the body in which bile from the liver is stored
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