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Gallstones (cont.)

Gallstones Follow-up

If the gallbladder has been removed, office visits to the general surgeon are required to check the operation sites one to three times following the operation. No other follow-up or long-term care is required.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 5/6/2014

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