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Biliary Microlithiasis Causes Up To 79% Of Idiopathic Acute Pancreatitis

Biliary Microlithiasis, sometimes referred to as gallbladder sludge, is made up of cholesterol monohydrate, calcium bilirubinate, or calcium carbonate stones measuring less than 2 mm. Sludge is a suspension of crystals, mucin, glycoproteins, and cellular debris. Have you been diagnosed with Idiopathic Acute Pancreatitis? You have? Well that means your doctor has no clue or… Read More »