Cholecystectomy, whether open or laparoscopic, is the treatment of choice for cholelithiasis with chronic cholecystitis
3 in chronic cholecystitis
and no inflammation group respectively.
Out of the total 400 cholecystectomy specimens, chronic cholecystitis
was the main diagnostic entity and was reported in 329 (82.
We found no wound infection in any case of chronic cholecystitis
Examples of staining intensity are illustrated in Figure 1, showing positive staining to phospho-mTOR in the cytoplasm of gallbladder cancer cells (Figure 1, D through F), whereas the chronic cholecystitis
tissue shows a variable intensity (Figure 1, A through C).
A naerobes are infrequent causes of biliary infections and are usually associated with chronic cholecystitis
We agree that any patient with acute or chronic cholecystitis
would best benefit from a cholecystectomy, but our data [do] not support routine ultrasound or routine cholecystectomy in asymptomatic, morbidly obese patients considering weight loss surgery," said Dr.
Gallbladder bile from patients with acute and chronic cholecystitis
yields organisms in 30 - 50% of patients.
is the predominant pathology in 89.
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy for gallstones: a comparison of outcome between acute and chronic cholecystitis
Depending upon the preoperative diagnosis and laparoscopic findings, patients had diagnosis of biliary colic/ chronic cholecystitis
Among the different cases which underwent laparoscopy most were acute or chronic cholecystitis
both comprising 31% and 46% in group A while 28% and 57% in group B respectively.