The gall bladder is an organ that is responsible for controlling fluid flow in the bladder and provides a reservoir for urine.
When it becomes infected, the infection can cause a condition called dilated cardiomyopathy (DCC), which means it blocks the urine from reaching the kidneys and causes it to stay in the blood.
If left untreated, this can lead to a range of health problems including kidney failure, an increased risk of UTIs, and a reduced capacity to pee.
The gall-bladder stone is an image taken of the gallbladder and a stone in the kidney that is similar to the stone found in the gall- bladder.
It is commonly referred to as a gall bladder stone and can be found on the top of the kidney, but there are other stones that can cause DCC.
What causes it?
When you have gall bladder stones, the cause is usually a bacterial infection.
The cause of the infection may be different depending on the type of stone you have, but usually it is caused by a bacterial parasite, such as E. coli, which is a member of the S. mutans family.
Some people who have the gall stone may also have other types of infections, such a urinary tract infection, urinary tract abscesses, and urinary tract infections caused by the urinary tract bacteria.
The stone in your gall bladder can also develop into a stone of the bladder called a gall stone.
What you need to know about gall bladder removal stones and their treatment If you have a gall- bladder stone, the procedure you need depends on the size of the stone and its location.
If you’re unsure, speak to your doctor about the best way to perform an operation.
A laparoscopic procedure is an operation that involves a catheter (a tube that is inserted into your gallblades and that allows urine to drain) being used to drain fluid from the stones.
You will also need to remove any internal organs that may be involved in the infection, such if your gall stones are in your liver or lungs.
The laparoscopy procedure will usually be done in a hospital in your area and it will take a few hours.
This is the best method for people who can’t or don’t want to have a laparotomy done.
It’s also possible to remove a stone from the gall bladders of someone with a bladder infection and put it in a bag and then take it to the hospital for a lapotecan.
Lapotecans are a type of small plastic bag that you place into your chest and have your urine and stool removed from the stone.
The procedure takes about five minutes.
The most common complications from a lapostomy stone are urinary tract inflammation, urinary incontinence, urinary infections and bladder stones.
The treatment for a stone removed from your gall bladder depends on which type of gall stone you had.
A gall stone can be removed from a gallblaster, which involves removing the stone from your bladder and then placing it in your groin, or from your urethra, which has a hole in it.
The urethral stone is usually removed by having the stone in one of the urethras, but it can also be removed by removing the ureter and then the bladder, which requires a different technique.
Other procedures are available to remove gall stones, such with an X ray.
An X ray will reveal the gallstone, and if it’s found to be cancerous, the gall stones will be removed with chemotherapy and other treatments.
In the United States, the surgery that can remove a gallstone is called a nephrectomy, in which the gall is removed.
A nephrostomy is the removal of a gall, but is not considered a gall stones removal.
What are the complications of gall bladder surgery?
There are a number of complications that can occur after gall bladder surgical removal.
The complications are more common in people with gall stones and are more likely to occur if the stones are located in the groin, abdomen or in the pelvic area.
The complication most commonly occurs in people who are obese or have diabetes, but also occur in people in other weight categories.
These complications can be life-threatening and can include: abdominal pain