Cholecystitis with Gallstones-Gallbladder Perforation
Date: 3 January 2019
Cholecystitis with Gallstones;47 yo.;Epigastric pain and nausea.
Gallbladder Perforation; 53 yo.; Abdominal pain for 5 days
Misdiagnosed as gastritis, peptic ulcus and prescribed by prior different 2 hospitals.
Confirmed the diagnosis of perforated galbladder and subdiyafragmatic abscess by CT following POCUS.
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