Gallbladder diseases


Gallstones are small, hardened deposits that form in the gallbladder. They may eventually cause problems, including inflammation, infection, and pain. Most gallstones are formed from cholesterol found in the gallbladder’s bile.

Common bile duct stones

Gallstones can occur in the common bile duct. The common bile duct is the channel that leads from the gallbladder to the small intestine. In most cases, common bile duct stones develop in the gallbladder and then passed into the bile duct. Sometimes stones form in the common bile duct itself.

Abscess of the gallbladder/empyema

A small percentage of people with gallstones may also develop pus in the gallbladder. If not diagnosed and treated, it can become life-threatening as the infection spreads to other parts of the body.

Perforated gallbladder

If you wait too long to seek treatment, gallstones can lead to a perforated gallbladder. If the tear isn’t detected, a dangerous, widespread abdominal infection may develop.

Gallbladder polyps

Polyps are growths that develop and are typically noncancerous. Small gallbladder polyps may not need to be removed. But larger polyps may need to be surgically removed before they develop into cancer or cause other problems.

Gallbladder cancer

Gallbladder cancer is rare. If it’s not detected and treated, it can spread beyond the gallbladder quickly.

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