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Cholecystectomy is a surgical procedure to remove gallbladder. Gall bladder is a small pear shaped organ located just below the stomach. It stores bile, a digestive fluid that helps to break down fatty foods. Gallstones are the most commonly occurring disorder of the gallbladder.
Some of the common symptoms of gallstones are pain, fever, jaundice, vomiting and nausea. If you have significant symptoms you may benefit from a cholecystectomy, which is either performed laparoscopically or through open surgery.
Laparoscopic surgery or Keyhole surgery
In this procedure, the surgeon makes several small incisions in your abdomen. Some patients may also be suitable for single incsion laparoscopic surgery (SILS), which is a newer technique to reduce the number of different incisions used.
During this procedure, cholangiography (X-ray of the bile duct) is taken to look bile duct for any abnormalities. And if your surgeon finds stones in the bile duct, they can also be removed.