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Xenical
...  high risk of diabetes, atherosclerosis, and high blood pressure. Physicians who prescribe this medication assess a patient’s medical history prior to prescribing it. Those who have developed gall bladder problems, kidney stones, eating disorders, pancreatitis, and hypo or hyperthyroidism are not recommended to take this particular medication. It is also important to note that children  ...

Sepsis
...  is an overwhelming and deadly infection which attacks any part of your body, but is most commonly reported to begin at the kidneys, liver, gall bladder, and lungs. Sepsis is also known as septic inflammatory response syndrome or SIRS. Sepsis attacks a person through his or her bloodstream and is bacterial in nature. It should be noted that meningitis is often accompanied by sepsis and  ...

Liver
...  is visibly separated from the falciform of the small lobe in the anterior portion. The lower vena cava forms a border between the caudate lobe and quadrate lobe in the inferior section near to the gall bladder. The falciform ligament plays a vital role in holding the liver to the wall of the abdomen and also holds the diaphragm to the liver. The round ligament plays the role in holding the  ...

Gall Bladder
...  gall bladder is a small pear-shaped organ found in the abdominal cavity. In adult humans, it measures 8 cm in length and 4 cm in diameter when fully distended. It is the organ mostly associated with the formation of stones. In some patients, the formation of gall stones warrant a surgical procedure known as cholecystectomy. In this procedure, the surgeon removes the gall bladder. The whole  ...

Small Intestine
...  retriperitoneal, except for the first few inches that come off the stomach. The concave side (the interior side of the C-shape) has two ducts: one from the pancreas, the other from the liver and the gall bladder. These ducts are necessary to the small intestine as they are the portals through which bile and pancreatic secretions that help in the digestive process pass. The two ducts combine to  ...


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