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The gallbladder is a four-inch organ located in the upper-right area of the abdomen, under the liver. It helps produce, store, and transport bile, a yellowish-brown fluid produced by the liver.

The gallbladder is a four-inch organ located in the upper-right area of the abdomen, under the liver. It helps produce, store, and transport bile, a yellowish-brown fluid produced by the liver. This fluid is responsible for digesting and breaking down food with fats. When problems arise, if first-line treatments do not work, and the issue

Surgical removal of the gallbladder is called as cholecystectomy. Learn more here about the gallbladder stone condition and the removal procedure.

Gall bladder is an organ in the upper right quadrant of the abdomen which stores bile produced by the liver. Surgical removal of this organ is called as cholecystectomy. It is a very commonly performed surgery carrying very low risk of complications. Nowadays, most cholecystectomy surgeries are performed with the help of laparoscope by making

It's scary to look down and see blood on the tissue or in the bowl. One should never ignore blood in stool as this could be a sign of colorectal cancer. Read more here on the different causes of blood in stool and possible treatment options.

Haematochezia is characterised by the passage of fresh, bright red blood in the stools. It is a result of bleeding in the colon, which is located close to the anus. In some cases, the blood may appear dark red or maroonish, which indicates bleeding in the higher colon. Alternatively, bleeding in the stomach could result

Piles, Fissures and Haemorrhoids are lifestyles diseases which can cause great discomfort for a person affected by these. It is important to understand the difference between piles and fissures to get diagnosed and treated in a better way.

Irritable and itchy anal cavity, trouble passing stools, bloody stools, and discomfort when you sit for a long time – chances are, you may have experienced these conditions at some point in time in your life. You’re not alone! 50% of the Indian population suffers from haemorrhoids. It is reported that 20% of cases suffer

 
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