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Stomach pain. Ultrasound shows partially contracted gall bladder with multiple calculi. Treatment?

Good evening sir / madam, i m XXXXX,age 50yrs..recently i feel some stomach i visit to a md doctor,he suggest me for doing usg .so i did usg and i have seen my say, Gall bladder is partially contracted and fillied with multiple calculai in lumen with thickning of all producing posterior acouastic shadow .so u give me suggestion what i do next?
Asked On : Wed, 20 Jun 2012
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You seem to be suffering from Cholelithiasis. There are bile stones filled in the gall bladder and it is trying to push them out. After few weeks or days the bile stones will start obstructing the flow of bile causing jaundice and bile duct inflammation. It may become emergency.

It is the right profile of a person where we see bile stones. It is right to get the definitive treatment by a competent surgeon. You may under go laparoscopic resection of gall bladder. Now a days it is very easy, cheap and after operation hospital stay is just 2 days.
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