The stones in the gallbladder, a common problem for both men and women (but especially for women), cannot be treated otherwise than by surgery – Gall Bladder Removal. Keep in mind that only stones that cause pain require this procedure. The asymptomatic ones have no such indication.
Many people usually discover their gallstones (cholelithiasis) by chance (after an abdominal ultrasound) and find out that the next step is the Gall Bladder Removal surgery (in order to have the gallbladder removed). Indeed, there isn’t another method that can treat gallstones. This procedure is necessary because the gallbladder’s functional problems are exactly those that create gallstones. Otherwise (if only the gallstones would be removed), a new stone will appear shortly.
The Gall Bladder Removal is most commonly realised by making some incisions through which the surgeon will introduce a tool with a tiny video camera at one end. This tool helps the doctor visualize the abdomen interior. Through other four small incisions, the surgeon will introduce special surgical instruments with which the gallbladder will be removed.
This is laparoscopic Gall Bladder Removal. Some cases may require a larger incision made in the right upper abdomen.
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