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Gallstones: A Worldwide Multifaceted Disease and Its Correlations with Gallbladder Carcinoma

Fig 6

Showing presence of cholesterol, Bilirubin and CaCO3.

In GS samples, compared with standards. Representative spectra from each region have been compared with the standard compound spectra showing the presence of reference compound in GS. Characteristic absorption peaks for cholesterol; bilirubin and CaCO3 are clearly visible in all GS spectra.

Fig 6