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Two years ago he had his gall bladder removed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And left another with serious burns during a gall bladder operation. The Sun (2016)Doctors said it was destroying my kidneys, bladder, eyes and stomach. The Sun (2016)It is also linked to an increased risk of bladder cancer. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This causes pain and bowel and bladder problems. The Sun (2007) Weak at bladder and weak at brains. The Sun (2013)Early diagnosis of bladder or kidney cancer makes these diseases more treatable. The Sun (2014)His surgery was keyhole and had taken place in his gall bladder. The Sun (2015)They jump up at night for a leak and have to strain to empty their bladder. The Sun (2008)These were to help her restore control of her bladder and bowels. The Sun (2006)The veteran admits to having a weak bladder. Times, Sunday Times (2006)His gall bladder and half of his liver were removed. The Sun (2012)After a while her bladder and bowels began to work again. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Only empty your bladder when you really need to. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This could mean that a patient coming in for treatment of bladder cancer would receive an injection of the cloaked antibodies. Times, Sunday Times (2007)His kidney and bladder were destroyed. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Police and ambulance staff found injuries to his chest and back but his death was blamed on complications from gall bladder surgery. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There's no harsher critic than a man with a full bladder. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The doctors say it's a weak bladder. The Sun (2008)
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British English: bladder /ˈblædə/ NOUN
Your bladder is the part of your body where urine is held until it leaves your body.
...a full bladder.
- American English: bladder
- Arabic: مَثَانَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: bexiga anatomia
- Chinese: 膀胱
- Croatian: mjehur
- Czech: močový měchýř
- Danish: blære
- Dutch: blaas
- European Spanish: vejiga
- Finnish: virtsarakko
- French: vessie
- German: Blase Organ
- Greek: κύστη
- Italian: vescica
- Japanese: 膀胱
- Korean: 방광
- Norwegian: blære
- Polish: pęcherz moczowy
- European Portuguese: bexiga anatomia
- Romanian: vezică
- Russian: мочевой пузырь
- Spanish: vejiga
- Swedish: urinblåsa
- Thai: กระเพาะปัสสาวะ
- Turkish: sidik torbası
- Ukrainian: сечовий міхур
- Vietnamese: bàng quang
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