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Kidney stones, CT showed collapsed gall bladder. Does this mean non-functioning gall bladder?

My 20 yr old daughter went in to e.r. for back pain to find out it was kiddney stones, and thru the ct they say she has a collapsed gallbladder , but do not seem to be concerned about it, she has also had uti s on and off for a couple years mostly on. can all this trouble be from the what I asume is a non fuctioning gallbadder?
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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Collapsed state of gall bladder at any moment of time is a normal phenomenon. Absence of stones or sludge confirms the normalcy of the gall bladder. It has nothing to do with kidney stones or urinary tract infections.
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