Stomach Inside Pictures And Decription
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Your gallbladder is a small, pear-shaped organ in your upper right abdomen, just beneath your liver. Its main job is to store some of the bile your body uses to digest food. Your gallbladder squirts bile through a thin tube known as the biliary duct into your small intestine just as food leaves your stomach. Your liver can excrete excess cholesterol, which can collect inside your gallbladder and harden into gallstones. You may feel sharp, jabbing pain in your upper right abdomen when your gallbladder tries to pass the gallstones through your biliary duct.
Blood may also be taken to test for infection or anemia and testing may also be conducted for Helicobacter pylori, a bacteria commonly associated with stomach ulcers. Testing usually involves either a breath test, stool sample, or biopsy. To get a clear picture of the inside of your stomach and small intestines, doctors may use an endoscope (a small thin tube with a camera on the end), a series of X-rays (called an upper GI series) and/or a CT scan. 2b1af7f3a8