Marfan & malposition of the gallbladder due to inherited or acquired alcohol use…

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4180554/ Acquired Malposition of the Gallbladder…

We know that some connective tissue disorders are related to Marfan syndrome…We know that fibrillin deficit causes connective tissue problems…We know that gallbladder dysfunction is correlated to fibrillin deficit, pain at joints and tendons, inability to have flexibility of ligaments along hips, jaw, elbows, knees…

I wanted to look at the gallbladder of someone with Marfan syndrome to see how it looked in the NIDI Phixr.com edit, so that I could possibly recognize this problem later for a friend…

I grabbed an image of someone with Marfan syndrome who had already undergone an Aortic transplant…I cropped and edited the photo using the NIDI for PHIXR.com (see link post for instructions)…

Very confusing image result, & I thought possibly the original photo had been heavily edited? It looked to me like the gallbladder was in the wrong place??? Hanging down in the lower left corner of the results picture below, was that possible???

I know that people can function without a gallbladder, so a severely misplaced gallbladder was indeed plausible, but still?

So Looked up malposition of the gallbladder, & indeed found the first study linked in this post, about someone with acquired gallbladder malposition due to alcohol use…

But the study goes on to list 4 possible malposition locations for the gallbladder, & also speaks to inherited gallbladder malposition due to alcohol use in a parent…

In a large family, I have observed two siblings with inherited problems…One sibling inherited bipolar tendencies possibly due to one parent smoking cigarettes (nicotine is a known bipolar trigger)…One sibling inherited fibrillin disorder possibly due to a misplaced gallbladder, which may have been caused by one parent drinking alcohol(here we see malpositioned gallbladder due to alcohol use is possible)…

If malpositioned gallbladder causes connective tissue disorders in children of parent who drinks alcohol, then could the gallbladder be repositioned to reconnect it? In the linked study they do reposition the gallbladder slightly using some elegant light sewing…

Marfan abdomen imaged in NIDI Phixr.com to see Gallbladder???

We will have to check Gallbladder position in other Marfan situations to ascertain whether malpositioned gallbladder is a common or any feature…I will update this post with image results as I, if I do…

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1989440/?page=1

Excerpt from liked study of displaced gallbladder and liver…

The study of the displaced Liver and Gallbladder, excerpted in the picture, explains how the Liver and Gallbladder can move to a different position if there is a large mass in the way…If the Liver is swollen from alcohol, one might imagine that the gallbladder could become displaced…Detached…In effect causing similar symptoms as not having a gallbladder at all…Interestingly, in the excerpt, one sees that the Liver and Gallbladder move back into normal position by themselves when the obstruction is removed…

Will the Gallbladder move back into place, if the Liver size is reduced back to normal by alcohol withdrawal? Logically yes…Further, will the Gallbladder move back into place by congenital(inherited) Liver swelling? Logically yes…The body is a self-cleaning oven…It maintains homeostasis, balance, naturally…When impediments are removed, it returns itself to its best optimal function…Theoretically also returning organs back to their rightful place when swellings are subsided…

If swollen Liver causing displacement of gallbladder is implicated in connective tissue disorder, congenital, manifesting as symptom of Marfan syndrome, or Ehler Danlos syndrome, then will abstaining from alcohol, and liver cleansing, be beneficial is helping the gallbladder to return to its rightful location?

Possibly…It is worth a try…Commensurate supplementation with Glucosamine, Chondroitin, supplements should help also the Gallbladder to feed itself externally…Also to feed the Heart externally, which is deficient in these substances from dislocated gallbladder…

Heterotaxy is the misplacement of organs, displacement…Heterotaxy is also implicated in Diabetes, mentioned in this post, where Halle Berry’s pancreas is seen to be in an unusual place…(Note: Pregnancy may also be the cause of diabetes, due to displaced pancreas…)

Misplaced organs may also be due to multiple pregnancy in big families…Children may be born with displaced organs, specific to the predisposition of displacement tendency: ie, if parent drinks alcohol, displacement occurs at gallbladder from liver swelling in parent…if parent eats sugar, displacement in child may occur at pancreatic level…

Symptoms of alcohol use in parents: Extreme anger issues & hostility due to high Nitrogen levels(kidneys)…Depression in children due to inherited swollen Liver…

Symptoms of cigarette use in parents: Wild spending of money in children due to lowered cortisol glucocorticoid levels(Vitamin A, Beta Carotene, Cod liver oil replaces this nutrient as does red meat, or having pets which transmit by osmosis to deficient child)…Manic/depressive behaviours…Summer sun exacerbating problems in children of parents who smoke cigarettes or vape nicotine(Vitamin D from sunshine makes bipolar symptoms worse)…

Is your Gallbladder displaced? Check yourself in a picture you take yourself of your gallbladder area, upload to http://www.diyimaging.ca to Lp filter, FF Filter, and P filter, for three different looks…Compare your picture to normal gallbladder location by googling gallbladder and searching IMAGES to see normal location anatomically…

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