What Is a Collapsed Gallbladder?

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A collapsed gall bladder refers to a diseased, paining and swollen gall bladder that occurs in a human body. This type of condition causes pain in an individual bringing the possibility of it triggering a myocardial infarction, which is a heart attack.
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