cholelith


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cholelith

(ˈkɒləˌlɪθ)
n
(Pathology) a stone formed in the gall bladder by the accumulation of bile constituents
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Additionally, ultrasonographic imaging in the emergency department failed to show the presence of ductal dilation or obstructing cholelith, so at that time her symptoms were not thought to be caused by biliary obstruction.
Cases Successful Converted Successful Converted Cholelith 94 85 9 90.4 9.5 % iasis % Acute 18 15 3 83.3 16.6 % cholecyst % itis Table 9: Duration of surgery Duration of No.
During the formation of bile stones, and related to the biliary core factor mucoprotein, [sup][24] both mucoprotein secretion and expression of bile and bile duct tissues, showed a pathological and increasing trend in cholelith disease patients.