Acute cholecystitis

What is Acute cholecystitis?

Inflammation and/or hemorrhagic necrosis, with variable infection, ulceration, and neutrophilic infiltration of the gallbladder wall; usually resulting from impaction of a stone in the cystic duct.

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I have just got home from 33 hours on A&E having been diagnosed with acute cholecystitis due to 4 gall stones of about 1cm each. The surgeons told...

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Dear Concerned.,
Thanks for writing to us.
You have been diagnosed as "Ac Cholecystitis" with Cholelithiasis with 04 gall stones in gall bladder.
It...

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Have just been told I have acute cholecystitis and innumerable gallstones from an ultrasound and have been avoiding fatty foods, large meals at...

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Hi welcome to health care magic forum.
It appears that you are diagnosed with the cholecystitis , due to the numerous gall stones.
If advised you...

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I have, not severe pain, but constant dull pain at the top of my stomach right in the middle of my rib cage? I was have some problems with a bm...

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Hi Kandk XXXXXXX
Thanks for posting your query.
Do you have exacerbation of pain with respiratory movements?
Do you have fever/ vomiting/ yellow...

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