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What is Postcholecystectomy Syndrome?

Description of the disease

Postcholecystectomy syndrome is a complication that can occur after the removal of the gallbladder. It manifests in various symptoms such as abdominal pain, digestive disorders, and diarrhea.


  • Acute postcholecystectomy syndrome
  • Chronic postcholecystectomy syndrome


  • Pain in the upper abdomen
  • Digestive disorders
  • Diarrhea


The causes of postcholecystectomy syndrome may be related to incomplete removal of the gallbladder, functional changes in the digestive tract, or infectious complications.


Various methods, including ultrasound examination, computed tomography, and laboratory tests, are used to diagnose the syndrome.


Treatment of postcholecystectomy syndrome may include the use of medication, diet, and sometimes surgical intervention.


To prevent the development of the syndrome, it is important to monitor the condition of the gallbladder and maintain proper nutrition.


To diagnose and treat postcholecystectomy syndrome, it is important to consult a gastroenterologist or surgeon.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.