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Laparoscopic Colectomy

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy involves laparoscopic removal of the Gall Bladder. 90-95% cholecystectomies in the world are now done laparoscopically.


  1. Symptomatic Gallstones: Biliary colic, Acute or chronic cholecystitis,Gallstone pancreatitis, Bile duct stones, Obstructive jaundice

  2. Gall bladder polyps if >10mm size

  3. Porcelain gall bladder

  4. Asymptomatic stones in patients with Diabetes mellitus, Sickle cell disease, undergoing bariatric surgery

  5. Biliary dyskinesia

  6. Acalculous cholecystitis


  1. Reduced postoperative pain

  2. Shortened hospital stay from

  3. Early returns to full activity

  4. Better cosmesis

  5. Early return of bowel function


Gall Bladder Carcinoma

Inablility to tolerate General Anaesthesia

Childs C Cirrhosis patients

Complications: Conversion to open surgery is not considered a complication.

  1. Trocar injury to bowel or blood vessel: Open technique of trocar insertion is preferred

  2. Bleeding : If severe may need conversion to open surgery

  3. Injury to Common Bile duct(CBD) : Can be detected intra op or postoperatively. May require Endoscopic stenting or repeat surgery

  4. Injury to duodenum, colon, liver during dissection

  5. Bile duct stricture formation: May develop late following an undetected biliary injury. May require endoscopic treatment or repeat surgery.

  6. Retained CBD stones: May need endoscopic treatment

  7. Post Cholecystectomy syndrome: In the form of persistent pain, dyspepsia, flatulence etc. usually treated with antacids and dietary modifications. May require endoscopy.

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