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Gallbladder Removal – Complications



Of course, surgery is not without its complications. And these have to be mentioned to you by a surgeon, and everything and anything, including bleeding or injury to very vital structures as possible. And in that case, the surgeon would make a decision to convert the procedure to an open one and repair whatever has been done that requires the correction. In that case, of course, the stay in the hospital will depend on their actual reason why the larger incision was made as opposed to continuing with the laparoscopic procedure. And then of course, it’s a must that everything that a surgeon removes is sent for the lab to analyze it. We need to make sure that there is no surprises. We need to make sure there are no polyps in the gallbladder. And sometimes even there is a possibility of a very, very small cancer being present in the gallbladder. However, the possibilities of that that are extremely small.

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