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11 mm stone in gallbladder
My mother has 11mm gallbladder, she doesn't have any symptoms of that. What are our options for clearing the gallbladder, does it require a surgery or will it cured without a surgery.
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Hello there..... There is no permanent medical cure for gallstones. Although there are medical measures that can be taken to remove stones or relive symptoms, they are only temporary. If a patient has symptoms from gallstones, surgical removal of the gallbladder is the best treatment. Asymptomatic (producing no symptoms) gallstones do not require treatment.
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