Before/After Image

laparoscopic cholecystectomy

Symptoms shown by the Patient

  • severe gallbladder infection with sepsis, had been in icu for 10 days, as infection was not resolving reffered to us, CT scan suggestive of perforated gallbladde

An Overview of the Case

He underwent complete laparoscopic cholecystectomy, took almost 2hr 30min, only 100ml blood loss, he recovered very well, after 12 hr of surgery was walked in ICU.was discharged 3day after surgery.

Medical Tests Performed

  • CT scan suggestive of perforated gallbladder

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