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Post cholecystectomy syndrome

Post cholecystectomy syndrome (PCS) is a clinical syndrome related to biliary diseases after cholecystectomy. Also known as sequelae of cholecystectomy and recurrent biliary syndrome. It is generally believed that less than one-third of patients can have transient symptoms after cholecystectomy, which can disappear quickly, and less than 10% of patients need active treatment because of the persistence of symptoms.

Symptoms

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

Multilocular echinococcosis

Mucopolysaccharide storage disease type I

Pseudoxanthoma elastica

Simple ectopic kidney

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