Gallbladder Function?

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The main function of the gallbladder is to store bile and to have it accessible in larger quantities for secretion when a meal is eaten. The bile usually emulsifies the fats in partly digested food and also neutralises acids.
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The gallbladder is an organ in the body that plays a role in digesting fats from foods that are eaten. Its function is to produce bile which aids in breaking down fats.
Abnormal gallbladder function in patients is mainly related with touchy bowel disorder. Gallbladder stores and concentrates bile from the liver which is later passed out as urine.
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