Quality of Life and Level of Anxiety in Patients after Gallbladder Surgery

  title={Quality of Life and Level of Anxiety in Patients after Gallbladder Surgery},
  author={Brigida Sedlak and Zbigniew Lorenc and Maciej Zaniewski and Wiktor Krawczyk and Eugeniusz Majewski and Marzena Kowalska and Urszula Skotnicka and Joanna Kitlas-Polasik and Mateusz Majewski},
Cholelithiasis involves the presence of gallstones, which are concretions of cholesterol, bilirubin, calcium salts, and other ingredients that form in the biliary tract, usually in the gallbladder [1]. Symptomatic cholelithiasis is an indication for surgical treatment. The presence of gallstones is not an indication for surgery. Almost half of the population over age 60 has gallstones, but only a small part suffers from pain related to the condition. Cholecystectomy for asymptomatic gallstones… CONTINUE READING
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