A Study of Post-Operative Complications Following Open and Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and its Management
Gallstones are the most common biliary pathology. The incidence of biliary calculous disease varies widely throughout the world. Gallstones are composed mainly of cholesterol, bilirubin, and calcium salts, with smaller amounts of protein and other materials. In Western countries cholesterol is the principal constituent of more than three quarters of gallstones, and many of these stones are more than 80 percent cholesterol. Non-cholesterol stones are categorized as black or brown pigment stones, consisting of calcium salts of bilirubin. The present study was the various complications of lap laparoscopic cholecystectomy and he management of the same.