The gallbladder is a small organ located beneath the liver. Altogether, gallbladder and liver play an important role in digestion of food by producing and channeling a digestive juice called bile. This channel is called common bile duct. If anything blocks this passage, it results into a back flow of the bile into liver. This condition is called jaundice and it can be distinguished by yellowing of skin and eye. The blockage in this channel can be detected by Common bile duct (CBD) exploration. It is one of the common procedures for gallstone operation in Varanasi.
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