The data collected from the patients includes personal information, presenting symptoms--typical (Biliary colic
)/atypical (Vague upper abdominal symptoms), investigations including ultrasonography, Upper GI endoscopy findings biopsy reports if present.
Observer-blind study with metamizole versus tramadol and butylscopolamine in acute biliary colic
We did not find significant differences in indications for laparoscopic cholecystectomy between the groups, with the most frequent diagnosis of biliary colic
for both groups (P = 0.87) as shown in Table 2.
(3) Other chronic conditions could be responsible for abdominal pain that is often clinically indistinguishable from the biliary colic
. Some of them can be discerned from careful examination of CCK-HBS for non-GB clues.
In chronic (biliary) phase, fascioliasis can cause biliary colic
, intermittent jaundice, epigastric pain, nausea, fatty food intolerance, cholangitis, and cholecystitis.
They can be symptomless but there is a risk that they can become trapped in a duct inside the gallbladder and cause a sudden and intense pain known as biliary colic
on June 18, 2008, with biliary colic
and was diagnosed with cholelithiasis.
is a type of abdominal pain and the most common symptom of gallstones.
This procedure is considered safe, with very low rates of recurrence and high rates of biliary colic
relief (Gurusamy, Junnarkar, Farouk, & Davidson, 2008).
Patients were excluded if they had jaundice or raised alkaline hosphates, if there were associated common bile duct stones, patients with simple biliary colic
or chronic cholecystits or patients had carcinoma of gall bladder.
His patient was a male aged 43, a magistrate's secretary, who had had repeated attacks of biliary colic
In brief, for mild cases of biliary colic
, the administration of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) is recommended to prevent progression of inflammation (recommendation grade A).