Cholecystectomy is the most common surgical procedure for biliary surgery. Since Lengenbuch’s first cholecystectomy in 1882, it has been more than 100 years old. In most cases, the operation is more standardized and the long-term effect after surgery is also satisfactory. Applicable to a variety of acute and chronic cholecystitis, gallstones with symptoms, gallbladder bulging lesions.
The general procedure for the operation is，
1 right subcostal oblique incision or right rectus abdominis incision.
3 gallbladder resection There are two ways, that is, antegrade excision, is started from the cystic duct, the gallbladder from the bottom up; retrograde resection, such as gallbladder neck adhesion is heavier, the surrounding structure is not clear, then from the bottom of the gallbladder After the gallbladder is removed from the gallbladder bed, the cystic duct is treated.
4 Close the abdominal cavity.
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