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The study covers twenty-two patients with chronic calculous cholecystitis (CCC) subjected to operative treatment. Diverticula are discovered in three of them (1.4 per cent), and pseudodiverticula of the gallbladder--in eighteen (8.2 per cent). In all patients presenting diverticula and pseudodiverticula of the gallbladder, the clinical course of the disease(More)
Over the period 1991 through 1994, a total of 120 patients with chronic cholecystitis are operated on. In six of them (5 per cent) no concrements in the gallbladder and biliary ducts are discovered. In 83.3 per cent the echographic study fails to detect concrements in the gallbladder and biliary ducts. All patients are subjected to cholecystectomy, and in(More)
A series of 165 patients presenting chronic calculous cholecystitis (CCC), operated in the surgical clinic of the Military Hospital--Plovdiv over the period 1991 through 1994, are analyzed. In twenty patients (10 men and 10 women) the disease a clinical course characterized by phlegmonous-purulent cholecystitis. All patients are subjected to operative(More)
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