How Does the Body Function without a Gallbladder?

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The body functions properly without the gallblader in away that bile produced by the liver is released in small quantities when fat is consumed. However, bile is released every single time into the small intestine. It's here in the small intestine where most of digestion occurs. In other words, because the gallbladder isn't a crucial organ.
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