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n.1.(Anat.) The gall bladder.
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Can we be certain of the diagnosis of acute cholecystis as a yes or no decision, having already dismissed possible biliary dilation or a renal stone?
Bacteremia has started from underlying disease such as a sequestrated lung (4) or acute cholecystis (5) or has been related to coronary artery surgery (2) and frequently to CVCs (2,3,6).
Percutaneous cholecystostomy for management of acute cholecystis in pregnancy.