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Posted by: bananarama | 2007/04/27

re: grossly normal gallbladder

Hi! In the report it actually mentions the normal gallbladder in several different places, so could it still be a typo? I don't know. I just don't want to have had my gallbladder out and it still have been good. But it was only functioning at 9.5%, so I don't know.

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Dear bananarama
It is just a funny way of saying "grossly" normal - not a normal phrase we use?? But the gallbladder can be anatomically normal and functionally abnormal - which is an indication of the EF?

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