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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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bladderblad‧der /ˈblædə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 HBHHBAthe organ in your body that holds urine (=waste liquid) until it is passed out of your body2 DSDLa bag of skin, leather, or rubber, for example inside a football, that can be filled with air or liquid gall bladder
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bladderUnfortunately, no effective gall bladder plug has been developed despite considerable research in this field.It would seem that acromegaly as such does not directly impair gall bladder contraction.This is probably because of impaired gall bladder contraction.A direct relation between body mass index and the risk of gall bladder disease has been described.The drain was then removed and the cholecystoscope passed over the guidewire into the lumen of the gall bladder.Laparoscopic cholecystectomy has become the most popular method for removing the gall bladder.His bladder was full to straining, and there was no catheter-tube in the DeLorean.Special muscles at the neck of the bladder contract to prevent flow back into the bladder.
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