Why is there pain even after the gall bladder removal? Mrs. Agrawal, a 56 years old lady visited Gastroenterology clinic with right side abdominal pain for 5 days. She has a history of a laparoscopic cholecystectomy performed 6 months back, the gastroenterologist is bit concerned now. Can she have a recurrence of gall stones? Is […]

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Acute cholecystitis is inflammation of the gallbladder (organ which digests fatty food we eat and also stores bile), mainly due to obstruction caused by gallbladder stones. When this takes place, over and over again with prolong episodes, it is known as chronic cholecystitis. Being also caused rarely as a result of various illnesses and malignant […]

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Introduction Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy is a laparoscopic surgical procedure by which the gallbladder of a person is removed by making several small cuts on the abdomen, instead of a large single one. The main step of this procedure involves the entering of a laparoscope (an instrument with a tiny camera attached to its end) in the abdomen […]

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Symptoms hinting the presence of a stone in your gallbladder

Gallbladder stones, which are solid deposits growing inside the gallbladder, can form either due to high amounts of cholesterol in the bile, or due to the presence of excess bilirubin in the bile, a condition also known as “jaundice.” Research states that a high proportion of the global population suffering from gallstones belongs to the […]

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