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Colecistectomía (extirpación de la vesícula biliar) - Medical Animation
La extirpación de la vesícula biliar, denominada colecistectomía, por lo general se realiza ante la presencia de cálculos biliares o inflamación de la vesícula biliar. Los síntomas de enfermedad de la vesícula biliar por lo general consisten en dolor abdominal intermitente en el cuadrante superior, y comúnmente se presentan cuando los cálculos biliares obstruyen temporalmente uno de los dos conductos que llevan la bilis desde la vesícula biliar al intestino. Si los cálculos no pasan, la vesícula biliar se puede hinchar, inflamar o infectar, lo que puede ocasionar síntomas más serios como náuseas, vómitos y fiebre.
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