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Gallstones are formed from bile excretions from your child's liver.
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Less pain, faster recovery
Surgeons at Boston Children's Hospital's General Surgery Program are dedicated to treating your child and helping her get better faster. If your child is diagnosed with gallstones, we'll use a minimally invasive procedure called a laparoscopic cholecystectomy to remove your child's gall bladder.
This surgery allows your child to go home the next day and results in considerably less scarring and pain than traditional open surgery.
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