Ultrasound examination shows disturbed proximal gastric function in symptomatic gallstone patients with dyspepsia and improvement after cholecystectomy--gallstones and gastric emptying.

@article{Berhane2006UltrasoundES,
  title={Ultrasound examination shows disturbed proximal gastric function in symptomatic gallstone patients with dyspepsia and improvement after cholecystectomy--gallstones and gastric emptying.},
  author={Tewelde Berhane and Trygve Hausken and Snorri Olafsson and Karl S\ondenaa},
  journal={Ultraschall in der Medizin},
  year={2006},
  volume={27 5},
  pages={451-5}
}
AIM The aim of our study was to examine gastric function, gallbladder emptying, and dyspepsia in symptomatic gallbladder stone patients (SGBS) to see if a motility disorder, expressed by gastric function and gallbladder emptying, may cause dyspepsia in SBGS. MATERIALS AND METHODS Gastric function and gallbladder emptying in 21 SGBS referred for surgical… CONTINUE READING