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Terrier’s terrible gallbladder has got to go
He wasn’t acting like himself, and he had a poor appetite. After undergoing an ultrasound, it was discovered that he had an enlarged gallbladder.
The gallbladder needed to come out. It was full of “sand” and gallstones.
After surgery, Tadhg felt better and started eating. A week later, biopsies confirmed inflammation of the gallbladder called cholecystitis.
The first picture below is the gallbladder. The second is after the gallbladder was cut open.