Title: A Clinicopathological Study of Gall Bladder Disorders
Authors: Dr Amit Kumar Gupta, Dr Khwaja Nasim Ahmad, Dr A.Z. Malik
- Gall bladder diseases has worldwide distribution with variable incidence amongst different countries.
- Gall stone disease is one of the most common problems affecting digestive tract, with higher incidence amongst females (female to male ratio- 3:1).
- Majority of the patients with cholelithiasis present with chronic cholecystitis with complaint of recurrent attacks of abdominal pain.
- Other common presentation is acute calculus cholecystitis with empyema
- Management modalities initially involves clinical and ultrasonographic (USG) diagnosis, followed by conservative medical management or modern surgical interventions by laparoscopy and endoscopy.
Aims & Objectives
Our study aims
- To look at the demographics ( age and sex incidence) and various clinical presentations.
- To analyse the relation of gall bladder diseases (with or without stones).
- Role of various diagnostic procedures- USG findings, gross and histopathological findings.
- To study treatment modalities- conservative and surgical.
- To study pathological finding of the removed gall bladder.