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What is a black gallbladder.

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Jonathan Naquin

Black pigment gallstones: If there is too much bilirubin in bile, the bilirubin combines with other constituents in bile, for example, calcium, to form pigment. Pigment dissolves poorly in bile and, like cholesterol, growing into gallstones.

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