Boz [Annette Bosworth, MD]. Philip is a year-old male who presents to the clinic with abdominal pain. He says the pain starts near his ribs on the right side and shoots toward his belly button. Every time he eats that kind of chicken, the pain returns. The pain has haunted him for over two years. For the last six months, the pains happen more frequently. When the pain hits, he hurts for over a half an hour. Nothing he seems to do makes it better once it starts. He thinks lying down makes it feel worse.
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A persuasive article in the June issue of Gut, a British gastroenterology journal, presenting data on the relation of excess carbohydrate intake in men to the development of gall stone disease. The job of the digestive tract is to break down the food we eat and prepare it for absorption, then to carry out the absorption. Fat entering the small intestine is mixed with bile acids — made in the liver — that emulsify the fat, making it better able to be further broken down with lipases, enzymes that break it apart into its component fatty acids. The bile acids-fatty acid emulsified combo forms into micelles, molecules that allow the fat to be absorbed into the cells lining the small intestine. The bile acids then break off and recirculate back to the liver. The liver produces bile, which is composed of bile acids, cholesterol, and a few other substances. This bile travels from the liver to the gall bladder — a little sack tucked beneath the liver — through a small tube called the hepatic duct. The gall bladder stores the bile and waits for a fatty meal to enter the small intestine.