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Cystic duct syndrome

Cystic duct syndrome refers to a group of clinical symptoms mainly manifested by biliary colic caused by incomplete, non calculous and mechanical obstruction of cystic duct, resulting in poor bile excretion and elevated internal pressure of gallbladder. This syndrome is also called partial obstruction syndrome of cystic duct, gallbladder dyskinesia syndrome and primary chronic cholecystitis. In patients with cystic duct syndrome, bile from the bile duct can slowly fill the gallbladder, but when the gallbladder is stimulated by fat diet or cholecystokinin, the bile outflow is not smooth due to partial obstruction of the cystic duct, resulting in strong and ineffective contraction of the gallbladder.

Symptoms

Cokic Polyp

Gallbladder colon hepatic flexure adhesion syndrome

Greater omental torsion

Post cholecystectomy syndrome

Biliary cirrhosis

Greater omental tumor

Gallbladder Heat

Cholestatic gangrene

Gallstone

Protein loss gastroenteropathy

biliary tract dyskinesis syndrome

Isosporidiosis

Protein loss gastrointestinal syndrome

Dierrafuwa disease

Rodent poisoning

Gastrointestinal manifestations of amyloidosis

Hepatitis D

Poisonous mushroom poisoning

Acetaminophen poisoning

Multiple gastrointestinal polyp syndrome

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