Chirurgie-Digestive.com Docteur Paul Lachowsky
 
Surgery of the Digestif Tract
Surgery of Obesity
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Laparoscopic Digestive > Removing the gallblader (cholecystectomy)
 Removal of the gallbladder (cholecystectomy)


The gallbladder hangs to the Choledocus - a channel between the liver and the intestine through which the secretions from the liver, the bile, flows. It is a reservoir for stocking the bile. During the ingestion of nutrients it will contract to empty its contents. Its role in the digestion is insignificant. When the gallbladder incompletely contracts, sediments can create gallstones. The presence of the gallstones can be the cause of nausea, vomiting, and localised pain in the right upper abdomen. In case of obstruction an infection can occur: acute cholecystitis.

Removal of the gallbladder is one of the most frequently performed laparoscopic interventions. 4 trocars holes are needed. Hospitalisation is required for 24 to 48 hours.

 

position de la vésicule biliaire et incisions vésicule biliaire
vésicule biliaire non inflammatoirevésicule biliaire enflammée: cholécystite aiguë
 ablation de la vésicule biliaire

clippage du canal et de l'artère cystiques                     section du canal et de l'artère cystiques

   ablation de la vésicule                 extériorisation de la vésicule par un orifice de trocar
calcul vésiculaire

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