Gallbladder stone Treatment In Chandigarh

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Gall Bladder Stone Specialist Hospital in Chandigarh

Gallbladder stones or gallstones are solid particles formed in the gallbladder by bile cholesterol and bilirubin. If stuck, they can cause unbearable pain. To treat gallbladder stones, some medical methods can be used to break or dissolve them. However, in most cases the gallbladder needs to be removed.   Contents: Causes of Gallbladder Stones Symptoms of Gallbladder Stones Treatment of Gallbladder Stones Gall Bladder Stone Specialist Hospital in Chandigarh   Causes of Gallbladder Stones  

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