Cholecystectomy

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Cholecystectomy

Gallbladder surgery in Mashhad, removal of gallbladder is one of the surgical procedures that is often done. The biliary elimination procedure is usually adapted to inferior invasive techniques, and the medical name for this procedure is laparoscopic colostectomy or laparoscopy of the gallbladder.

What is a Cholecystectomy?

The gallbladder is a limb that is located on the lower abdomen of the liver. This organ consists of three major parts of the fundus, or the lower part of the sac, trunk and infondibulum. The function of this bile yellow liquid bile bag is gallbladder. This fluid is secreted from the liver when it enters the stomach and then transported through the duct to the gallbladder. Gallbladder is bled to the narrow intestine through a common bile duct. The work of this fluid creates a stable emulsion on the dietary fats that occurs in the duodenum. Occasionally, a person develops a gallbladder stone that undergoes surgery or laparoscopy if the disease worsens. During surgery, usually a physician doctor Sajjad Noorshafiee, a gallbladder specialist in Mashhad, a laparoscopic gallbladder marrow surgery in Mashhad, and a laser bile laser surgery in Mashhad, removes gallbladder from the body. After that, the gallbladder duct will expand after a while and it will work on the gallbladder.

What are the causes of the problems with the gallbladder?

Probable gallstones are commonly associated with bile ducts, which are usually small and hard and mainly contain cholesterol and gallbladder salts that form in the gallbladder or in the gallbladder duct.

It is not known why some people have gallstones. But the causes can be gender, pregnancy, over 40 years of age and overweight. Gallbladder marrow stones are more likely to be seen at an early age, and in some people, due to the family history of the disease, it also occurs.

There is no known method for preventing gallstones.

These stones may prevent the flow of blood in the gallbladder, causing arousal and severe pain in the abdomen, vomiting, dyspepsia and sometimes fever.

If the gallbladder stones block the bile duct, the skin may become yellow.

How to treat gallbladder problems

Ultrasound is often used to find bile stones

In more complex cases, X-ray experiments such as CT scan and nuclear medicine are used to diagnose gallbladder disease.

Gallbladder marrow alone does not disappear. Some of them can be temporarily eliminated by adjusting the diet, such as decreasing fat intake. This treatment is temporary and symptoms will eventually reappear. Unless the gallbladder is removed. The treatment needed to break or eliminate gallstones is extremely inefficient.

gallbladder surgery and removal is the best and safest treatment for gallbladder disease.

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Laparoscopic surgery of the gallbladder

What are the benefits of laparoscopic surgery for removing gallbladder?

In this type of surgery, instead of a 5-7 inch incision in the body, a laparoscopic low-invasive surgery is performed, creating four small incisions in the abdomen.

Usually, the pain is low after the operation of the gallbladder.

Patients usually recover faster than patients who have surgery.

Most patients are discharged on the same day and return to their daily activities in a short time.

How is laparoscopic gallbladder surgery done?
This is done under general anesthesia.
The surgeon enters the abdomen using a cannula (a narrow tool like a tube).
A laparoscope (a small telescope) connected to a specific camera is inserted through the cannula and the surgeon shows a large view of the internal organs of the patient on a television screen. And after doing these things, the surgeon can start a gallbladder surgery.

Gallbladder surgery and the postoperative

The removal of the gallbladder is an important action in the abdomen, and there is a definite amount of postoperative pain. Nausea and vomiting are symptoms that may happen to you after surgery, or other complications such as jaundice, dark urine, pale feces, and fetal blood, these symptoms disappear after 1 or 2 days.
Most patients who carry out laparoscopic gallbladder surgery can be discharged after surgery and should be given enough fluids.
You can start driving 3 to 4 days later, for a certain period you should avoid lifting heavy objects.
For more information on gallbladder surgery, Mashhad Laparoscopy Surgery Mashhad Gallbladder Surgery and Mashhad Gallbladder Laser Surgery Contact Dr. Sajjad Noorshafiee.