TITLE

A gallstone impacting to stomach wall imitating a gastric tumour

AUTHOR(S)
Yilmaz, Mehmet; Dirican, Abuzer; Usta, Sertac; Baskiran, Adil; Isik, Burak
PUB. DATE
July 2011
SOURCE
Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences;Jul2011, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p935
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Authors describe a case of 78 years old female who presented with the right upper abdominal pain. Ultrasonography showed a gallstone. The patient underwent laparascopic cholecystectomy. The laparoscopic procedure was converted to laparotomy because the adhesions between gallblader and stomach could not be dissected on the correct plane. A gallstone impacted to the stomach antrum wall was observed during dissection. When dense adhesions are noted between the gallbladder and stomach during a routine laparascopic cholecystectomy, one should consider an impacted gallstone on the gastric wall via a cholecystogastric connection.
ACCESSION #
69617758

 

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