A heart is needed to live, therefore you must operate on it, rather than remove it….;-)
The medical profession doesn’t believe you need a gall bladder.
They have proof, don’t they?
Thousands of people have had their GB removed and they’re running around breathing.
The perspective is this.
You remove it and problems are minimal.
Open it up and sew it together, you now have a possibility of very big problems.
Leakage, leading to possible death.
For the medical profession it’s a no brainer.
With the price of their premiums, they’re gonna remove it rather than work on it and have a fairly high risk of complications.
So what if the patient has to put up with problems, due to a lack of a GB, the rest of their life!
I don’t like it, but I understand it. (I also understand they’ll never have the brains to stop doing it, because it’s standard convention)
My motto is “Need GB, will flush!”