Research Paper | Health and Medical Sciences | India | Volume 10 Issue 7, July 2021
Histo-Pathological Evaluation of Gall bladder Diseases at Jorhat Medical College and Hospital, (One Year Retrospective Study)
Basanta Sonowal, Prasanta Kr. Baruah
Gallbladder (GB) diseases, is one of the most frequent findings in surgical OPD as well as emergency care in Government hospitals. Most of cases usually presenting with pain in the right upper abdomen, sometimes associated with a palpable mass mostly irregular size and shape. Pain as described by the patients is shooting in nature. And often requires surgical intervention and post of histopathological examination. Material and Method: we started collecting cases in our histopathology department in last one year retrospective. Out of 884 no.of total cases, 413 was gallbladder with a 46.7% of the total. Cases were sending to Pathology, and request for histo-pathological examination of the same. Observation and Results: Total no specimen was collected in 884 out no of males 121against 292 of females. ?Acute on Chronic cholecytis with cholelithiasis was seen 52.1% which is a very usual finding and co-relate with the national studies. Discussion: Various types of gall bladder masses were operated for in different surgical setting and went on histo-pathological examination. The estimated prevalence of cholelithiasis in India has been reported between 2% and 29%. Present study co-relate with national data.
Keywords: Gallbladder disease, cholelithisis, cholecystitis, gallbladder carcinoma
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 7, July 2021
Pages: 1287 - 1295
How to Cite this Article?
Basanta Sonowal, Prasanta Kr. Baruah, "Histo-Pathological Evaluation of Gall bladder Diseases at Jorhat Medical College and Hospital, (One Year Retrospective Study)", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SR21720203650, Volume 10 Issue 7, July 2021, 1287 - 1295