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  • The Effects Of My Life

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    “Cancer, a failing gallbladder, crohns disease,” I stare at the wall rummaging through all the problems I could be facing in this moment. The surge of pain in the upper right quadrant of my abdomen strikes me unexpectedly, throwing me into a spiraling episode of assumption and google searches. The only results yielded by these searches were virtually every terminal disease that had this symptom. It was now that I realized this could be a potentially life altering circumstance. All my life I had

  • Essay On Acute Calculous Cholecystitis

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    Also, we excluded patients with gallbladder perforation or Mirizzi syndrome (preferred to do open cholecystectomy), Patients with gallbladder tumors or cholangitis (typically, to be managed conservatively first), and patients without complete data. According to Tokyo Guidelines (TG13) [9], the severity assessment of ACC graded, grade I

  • Gallbladder Carcinoma

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    Introduction Gallbladder carcinoma (GBCs) is a highly lethal but relatively rare neoplasm of the digestive tract. Most of GBCs are adenocarcinoma (AC), and squamous carcinoma (SC) or adenosquamous carcinoma (ASC) is a rare histopathologic subtype, which accounts for an estimated 1.4 - 10.6% of all GBCs cases [1]. However, the clinicopathologic characteristic and biological feature in SC and ASC of the gallbladder have not yet been fully clarified, due to their lower disease incidence. The previous

  • Ethical Dilemma Of Organ Donation

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    Organ donation is one of the most impactful decisions one can make to directly improve another’s life. In the United States, the donor or his or her family make this decision and leave it in the hands of doctors and trained teams to make sure the organs go to those who are well deserving and need them most. The responsibility of the transplant and faith is put into the current system, which should allow for fair distribution of organs. This, however, is not always the case and a possible change to

  • Essay On Systemic Enteric Fever

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    Generalized systemic enteric fever, headache, malaise, anorexia, enlarged spleen, and constipation followed by more severe abdominal symptoms; rose spots on trunk in 25% of Caucasian patients; complications include ulceration of Peyer's patches in ileum, can produce hemorrhage or perforation; Common enterocolitis may result without enteric fever; characterized by headache, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration may result; case fatality of 16% reduced to 1% with antibiotic therapy;

  • Gallbladder Surgery Essay

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    Gallbladder Surgery Open gallbladder removal, or open cholecystectomy, is a surgery to remove the gallbladder via it is a large open incision in the abdomen. Doctors perform the procedure to provide permanent relief to a patient that suffers from gallstones and there could be other problems associated with the gallbladder. The gallbladder is a small organ that is located on the underside of the liver. Its primary purpose is bile storage. The liver is the one of the organs that makes a bile

  • The Causes of Gallbladder Attacks Essay

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    The Causes of Gallbladder Attacks Outline I. Introduction: It is estimated that approxiamately 10 to 20 percent of the population in the United States and Western Europe are currently being affected by Gallbladder attacks. Thesis statement: These attacks are mainly caused by the development of gallstones in the gallbladder. II. Definition. A.     Gallbladder B.     Gallstones III. Causes. A.     Obesity B.     Estrogen C.     Ethnicity D.     Age and gender IV. Symptoms. A.     Chronic

  • Gallbladder Carcinoma Case Study

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    Materials and methods Identifying SNPs involved in GBC The SNPs for Gallbladder Carcinoma (GBC) were obtained from PolySearch 2.0 ( and were subjected to various in-silico analysis and a pipeline was designed for selection of SNPs having structural and functional importance (Figure 1). SNPs involved in the GBC were enlisted through PolySearch 2.0[14], with the query keyword "Gallbladder Cancer". A list of 45 SNPs was found to be related with GBC. Location of these

  • How To Eliminate Gallbladder Stones Analysis

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    How to Eliminate Gallbladder Stones in a Week The gallbladder is approximately 10 centimeters large and it has a pear shape. It can be found on the right part of the abdomen or more precisely under the liver. Your gallbladder contains bile. The bile consists of fat, cholesterol and other liquids. The function of the bile is to decompose fat that we ingest through the food. This happens in the intestines. The bile reaches the intestines, or more precisely the small intestine, with the help of

  • • Doctors use robots to conduct laparoscopic surgery. • This includes gallbladder removal, hernia

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    • Doctors use robots to conduct laparoscopic surgery. • This includes gallbladder removal, hernia repair and appendectomies. • One who gets laparoscopic surgery:  needs shorter recovery time.  have a smaller scar.  experiences less pain • Doctors also have used robotic surgery to improve the accuracy of procedures, especially in cancer cases. • The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is one of the best ways to protect against genital warts and cervical cancer • Only about half of girls