Some people say you are timid because you are so timid?
The gallbladder is located under the liver. The normal gallbladder is about 8-12 cm in length, 3-5 cm in width and 30-60 ml in volume. Some people say that gall is related to gall. After choledochectomy, gall becomes smaller. There is no scientific basis for this. So, what's the function of the gallbladder? First of all, it can store bile. Bile is stored in the gallbladder, and then discharged from the gallbladder when digestion is needed. In addition, the gallbladder can concentrate bile. Most of the water and electrolytes in the Yellow Alkaline hepatobiliary juice are absorbed by the gallbladder mucosa and returned to the blood, leaving the effective components in the bile stored in the gallbladder. Moreover, the gallbladder can also secrete mucus to protect the bile duct mucosa from erosion and dissolution of concentrated bile. The most important thing is that after eating for 3-5 hours, the food passes through the duodenum and stimulates the duodenal mucosa to produce a hormone called cholecystokinin, which can contract the gallbladder and drain the bile from the gallbladder into the duodenum immediately to facilitate the digestion and absorption of fat. It can be seen that the most important task of gallbladder is to help digestion, which has nothing to do with the size of courage.