The liver is the recipient of food absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract (especially the small intestine) and acts as customs duties, playing a role in defense, potentially toxic substance detoxification, and storage of energy products.
The biliary system consists of the gallbladder and associated structures involved in the production and transport of bile that helps break down fats. The main functions of the biliary system include draining waste products from the liver and aiding digestion by releasing bile (made up of waste products, cholesterol and bile salts) in a controlled manner. The two main functions of bile are hauling waste and breaking down fats during digestion.
Is one of the most common digestive disorders. It is characterized by the presence of stones of different sizes in the gallbladder. Most stones are formed by cholesterol crystals.