GALL BLADDER STONES REMOVAL

Gallstones are hard deposits in your gallbladder. Bile, a digestive fluid made in the liver is stored in the gallbladder. This gallstones contains deposits of cholesterol, salt or bilirubin.

The size of bilirubin can be small as a grain or large as an apricot.

Symptoms of Gallstones

Most of the people with gallstones does not show any symptoms. But some people shows the following symptoms.

  • Pain on your right shoulder
  • Fever
  • Vomiting Sensation
  • Change in skin color


Gallbladder diseases
: Gallstone pancreatitis (pancreatitis caused by gallstones), Mirizzi syndrome (bile duct gets compressed due to the impact of stones), Choledocholithiasis (1 or more stones present in bile duct), Incidental gallbladder cancer are the various types of complex gallbladder diseases.

Gallbladder stones removal

The common gallbladder or gallstone removal procedure is called Laparoscopic gallbladder surgery. It is also known as Laparoscopic cholecystectomy. It is done by making several small incisions or cuts in the abdomen. The duration of surgery is two hours or less. Usually the entire gallbladder is removed if the gallstones are continuously causing troubles. This is the best method to eliminate the gallstones in future. After  surgery the bile produced by the liver flows to the small intestine. Usually gallbladder removal has no effect on digestion.

The benefits of Laparoscopic gallbladder surgery

  • It’s  completely safe
  • Postoperative pain is very low
  • Low need for analgesia (painkillers) .

These reasons make Laparoscopic gallbladder surgery the most chosen procedure for removing gallstones.

Nowadays  the gastro-intestinal problems are more among people of all age groups, due to changes in their lifestyle and food habits. Dr.Deepak.S is one of the best gastroenterologist in Chennai, who offers the best treatment for gallstone removal in an affordable cost.

Visit Us: http://chennaigastroenterology.com/

E-mail Us: gastroenterologychennai@gmail.com

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