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Calculous cholecystitis

It refers to the disease of stones in the gallbladder or gallbladder neck. Its clinical manifestations depend on the location and size of the stone, whether it causes infection, obstruction, and the location and degree of obstruction. Calculous cholecystitis is the most common lesion in the biliary system. According to its location, it can be divided into gallstone, primary or secondary common bile duct stone, extrahepatic bile duct or intrahepatic bile duct stone.


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