Inflammatory pseudotumour secondary to spilled intra-abdominal gallstones.

INTRODUCTION Spillage of calculi in the abdomen is frequent during Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy (LC). Though uncommon, these stones may lead to early or late complications. We describe a rare case of spilled gallstone presenting four years after the index procedure, with a mass in the parietal wall mimicking a neoplastic lesion. PRESENTATION OF CASE A 50… (More)