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    How big is a gallstone?

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  • Dr Salena Ward

    Bariatric (Obesity) Surgeon, General Surgeon, Upper GI Surgeon (Abdominal)

    I am a specialist Upper Gastrointestinal (gut) Surgeon, who performs surgery for weight loss, tumours of stomach and oesophagus, reflux, hiatus hernia and gallstones. I … View Profile

    A gallstone can be as small as a few millimetres in size and as large as several centimetres in size.  It varies a lot in different people. Whatever the size of the gallstones, they can still cause problems.

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