Gall bladder removal is a surgical procedure most commonly performed to prevent recurrent galbladder infections due to gallstones. The procedure also known as a cholcystectomy, can be performed by either key hole or conventional surgery.
The benefits of keyhole surgery over conventional surgery is that there is less scaring and a quicker recovery time post-surgery. Which ever procedure is used to remove the gallbladder, there are no lasting ill effects.
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