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Dr Mohammad Naeem Taj has also registered his name in Guinness book of world record in the past by removing the longest gall bladder laparoscopic procedure.
Tuberculosis of gall bladder. J Ind Med Assoc 1980;74:195-7.
Ten (47.6%) of the male patients developed empyema or gangrene of the gall bladder as a complication of acute cholecystitis.
Although these complications of HAV infection are rare, gall bladder abnormalities usually occur during acute phase of viral hepatitis infection.
Rarely gall bladder disease may present as perforation.
All the patients who underwent subtotal cholecystectomy were first decompressed at the fundus with the suction and harmonic scalpel or l-hook was used for transection of gall bladder and wash was given and both the anterior and posterior walls were excised leaving an anterior and posterior wall intact and omentum 2 to 3 cm was plugged inside the stump and sutured with interrupted Ethibond 2.0.
He said that if the infection was a long time infection, the stone might probably cause gall bladder cancer because anything that causes irritation for a long time might cause cancer.
It should be considered in cases of empyema gall bladder provided expertise and gadgets are available.
Moreover, all patients were evaluated using the new scoring system.11 The scoring system included five aspects; appearance and adhesion of Gall Bladder (GB), distension or contracture degree of GB, ease in access, local or septic complications, and time required for cystic artery and duct identification.
1.0 x 0.5 cm in diameter) and small polypoid intraluminal lesions in the gall bladder infiltrating the liver (Figure 1), the latter showing additionally some very small lesions measuring only a few millimeters in diameter.
Caption: Figure 1: (a) Gall bladder. (b) Open gall bladder with stone impacted at infundibulum.
Species of the genus Myxidium are predominantly coelozoic (rarely histozoic) infecting the gall bladder, the urinary bladder and the urinary tubules of the kidneys [2,12,13].