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What are Gallstones?

Gallstones are solid or hardened deposits that are formed inside the Gallbladder. These are made from the components of bile itself, which is released by the liver and stored in the gallbladder. Gallstones can be of any size, ranging from the size of a single pulse grain to as big as a tennis ball. This condition in which gallstones are present in the gallbladder is referred to as cholelithiasis and the presence of gallstones in common bile duct is referred to as choledocholithiasis.

A person having gallstones can experience a cramp-like pain in the upper-right abdomen which is known as gallbladder attack or gallstone attack or biliary colic. This occurs due to the temporary blockage of the cystic duct (duct joining the gallbladder to the bile duct) by one of the gallstones. The pain generally occurs during the night after taking a heavy meal and lasts for one to a few hours.

Causes

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A high amount of cholesterol in bile

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A high amount of bilirubin in bile

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Excessive dieting and consuming cholesterol-reducing drugs

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Weak digestive system due to old age

Symptoms

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Nausea or vomiting

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Severe pain in right shoulder and abdomen

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Tea Coloured urine or light-coloured stools.

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High fever with chills.

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Pain induced after consuming a fatty meal.

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Indigestion

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Yellowish skin or white eyes (symptoms of Jaundice)

Risks

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Acute pancreatitis (swelling of pancreas) which can lead to multi-organ failure.

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Pus formation in the gallbladder (Empyema)

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Gangrene and perforation of the gallbladder

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Cholangitis (life threatening infection of biliary system)

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Gallbladder cancer

Treatment

Diagnosis

Diagnosis procedures first involve some questions asked by a doctor to the patients. These questions are about the diet intake, family history of gallstone, etc. This is followed by a few physical examinations to test the pain in the abdomen. The confirmatory test may include:

  • Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) - to locate the stuck gallstones in bile duct, a tine camera is incorporated down to gastrointestinal (GI) tract which sends out a complete video of gallbladder.
  • Abdominal Ultrasound: This is an imaging test used to analyse if there is gallstones present in the gallbladder.

Procedure

Treatment of gallstones may incorporate two medical procedures:

1. Break up or dissolve gallstones:

This procedure involves oral medications to dissolve the gallstones. It is believed that cholesterol gallstones can be dissolve with ursodeoxycholic acid (UDCA). Medicational treatment takes a lot time to completely remove the gallstones. While it takes years to complete the entire course, discontinuing the treatment procedure can let the gallstones reappear.

2. Surgically remove the gallbladder:

Surgical treatment involves permanent removal of the gallbladder which can be done through two way:

  • Traditional Surgery: One single large incision is made in the abdomen to remove the gallbladder from the body. Removal of the gallbladder (called Cholecystectomy) does not have any adverse consequences as bile flows directly from liver to small intestine through common bile duct.
  • Laparoscopic Surgery: In this minimally invasive procedure, patient is given general anesthesia and 3 to 4 small incision are made in the abdomen area. A narrow tube-like instrument which has a camera, is threaded into the abdomen through one of these incisions. Other incisions are used to incorporate surgical instruments. Following this, gallbladder and gallstones are removed and incision are closed.

Diet/Instruction

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Don't skip meals.

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Lose weight slowly.

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Avoid high cholesterol food.

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Maintain a healthy weight.

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Consume high fiber diet.

Why Pristyn Care for Gallstone Surgery?

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Pristyn Care specializes in providing the best treatment for Gallstone. With our own team of doctors across 3 cities, we deliver personalized care according to your medical needs. Our easy admission to discharge process and world class infrastructure ensures a hassle free experience.

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Painless procedure with no cuts

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No recurrence

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USFDA approved laser proceedings

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1- Day discharge

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Most Frequently Asked Questions

What is bile?

Bile or gall is a dark green to yellowish brown fluid, produced by the liver that aids the digestion of lipids in the small intestine.It is mostly made of cholesterol, bile salts, and bilirubin.

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What are the Common Types of Gallstones?

  • Cholesterol Stones: which is yellow-green in color and occurred due to the high level of cholesterol. Normally, your bile contains enough chemicals to dissolve the cholesterol excreted by your liver. But if your liver excretes more cholesterol than your bile can dissolve, the excess cholesterol may form into crystals and eventually into stones.
  • Pigment Stones: which is dark in color and raised due to excessive bilirubin. Bilirubin is a chemical that's produced when your body breaks down red blood cells. Certain conditions cause your liver to make too much bilirubin, including liver cirrhosis, biliary tract infections and certain blood disorders
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