Laparoscopic Gallbladder Surgery

Gallbladder issues are quite common and can be incredibly painful. We provides minimally invasive gallbladder surgery. This procedure helps eliminate disruptive and painful symptoms and assist you to enjoy life to the fullest. If you have any questions or concerns related to your gallbladder surgery, get in touch with the most trusted Laparoscopic Gallbladder Surgeon. Requesting an appointment is as easy as a phone call to her office or a schedule an online or face to face to appointment.

What is Gallbladder?

The gallbladder is a small, pouch-like organ that is located beneath your liver. It stores the bile that the liver produces and releases that bile into the small intestine to assist your body break down fats.

Unlike your various body organs, the gallbladder is not essential. If it is even surgically removed, your liver will continue to produce bile, which can still carry out its role in digestive function. This is why gallbladder surgery is the most common treatment for gallbladder problems such as gallstones and cholecystitis.

What are Gallstones?

The Gallstones, are cholesterol stones due to concentrate bile not digestive juices also called cholelithiasis, form when digestive fluids harden into stone-like structures. They can vary in size from as small as a grain of sand to the size of a golf ball. You may have only one gallstone or several.

The symptoms of gallstones include abdominal pain, pain in your right shoulder, between your shoulder blades, and nausea or vomiting. Though there are still no clear exact cause of gallstones but it is considered the condition that could arise when your gallbladder fails to empty adequately or when your bile has excessive cholesterol or bilirubin.

Surgeon says when left untreated, gallstones may cause inflammation, blockage of your pancreatic or common bile duct, and also, gallbladder cancer. The most common treatment for gallstones is surgery for the removal of your gallbladder.

What is cholecystitis?

Cholecystitis is the medical term for inflammation of the gallbladder. The most common reason is gallstones that block the tube that exits in your gallbladder. Other causes are tumors, bile duct issues, and specific infections.

It is essential to seek treatment for gallbladder inflammation. When left untreated, the condition could lead to infection, tears in the gallbladder, or gangrene, which is the death of tissue.

There are conservative treatments that could help, but most people who suffer from cholecystitis eventually need to undergo their gallbladder removed to find lasting relief.

What happens in Gallbladder Surgery?

Eminent surgeon performs gallbladder surgeries laparoscopically, which needs a few very small incisions.

We uses a laparoscope to monitor the surgical site on a screen. She uses a series of precise motions to remove the gallbladder. X-ray or ultrasound imaging also helps to give her additional insight into the condition of the bile duct. Once she is satisfied with the results, she closes the incisions, and you start the recovery process.

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