Hepatic colic

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Related to Biliary colic: choledocholithiasis, cholangitis, renal colic
the severe pain produced by the passage of a gallstone from the liver or gall bladder through the bile duct.

See also: Colic

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This is the reason that uncomplicated biliary colic is one of the commonest indications for LC2.
A history of repeated episodes of biliary colic or pancreatitis is also fairly common.
In our case, the patient had 2 days of nausea and worsening epigastric and right upper quadrant pain, and was believed to have biliary colic.
1) The common modes of presentation of gallstone disease are biliary colic, acute cholecystitis, acute pancreatitis and obstructive jaundice.
As with any symptom, biliary colic is subjective and challenging to distinguish from abdominal pain originating from other organs.
Varying degrees of muscle cramps in the abdomen tell you that you might have biliary colic, a condition commonly caused by the presence of kidney stones or gallstones.
In chronic phase, F hepatica can cause biliary colic, intermittent jaundice, fatty food intolerance, cholangitis, and cholecystitis.
Biliary colic is associated with right upper quadrant or epigastric pain that begins postprandially.
Biliary colic - spasm of the bile ducts due to a blockage caused by infection or a gallstone.
Gallstones cause various problems besides simple biliary colic and cholecystitis.
Clinically, pre-operative diagnosis of acute inflammation and empyema or gangrene is often difficult because of the similarity of symptoms with biliary colic due to uncomplicated acute cholecystitis.