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What Do Gallstones Look Like ?  

Gallstones are actually stone like structures that are very small are known to develop within the gallbladder. It is basically a pear-shaped, tiny sac that is located below the human liver, in upper right abdomen. There are two different kinds of gallstones, namely pigment stones and the cholesterol stones. The latter being yellow green in color are comprised of the hardened cholesterol. Such gallstones account for eighty percent of the total gallstones developed among people.

On the other hand, pigment gallstones are much smaller, dark stones that are made out of bilirubin. These gallstones may be as tiny as the sand grains or it may be as big as gold ball. Gallstones are known to obstruct the passage of bile while moving from gallbladder to the ducts carrying bile from human liver to small intestine. These ducts include various different kinds, such as the hepatic ducts that are responsible for carrying bile out of the liver, the cystic ducts, which are known for taking bile from and to the gallbladder, and last, but not the least, the common bile duct that is responsible for taking bile from cystic as well as hepatic ducts towards small intestine.

Some of the symptoms that may help people detect the presence or development of such dangerous health issue. It is thus advisable to get in touch with the doctor as soon as possible. There are various treatment options available but then there are people who like going for natural measures rather than going at not so comfortable seats.

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Whats-The-Difference-Between-Calcified-And-Noncalcified-Gallstones      There are two kinds of gallstones, which are often taken as similar to each other though there are several differences between these two. They are the calcified gallstones and the noncalcified Gallstones. As far as the calcified gallstones are concerned, they are actually an example that describes a concentration pattern of various calcifications. The concretions are known to occur in hollow structures and characteristically, they are known to have smooth sharp margins. They are most likely to be either round or oval in shape. They also match with the organ shape, wherein they are known to reside. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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