Gallbladder Indian learned an incredible 2350 gems
In the Bhaktivedanta hospital in Mumbai (India) even the surgeons were stunned when during surgery the gallbladder was removed from patient 2350 stones.
50-year-old woman, whose name is not called, suffered from gallstones at least 2016, but did not seek help from professional doctors and looking for alternative therapies. However, nothing helped and the pain with each day became stronger and in the end, the woman sought medical advice in the Bhaktivedanta hospital.
There she did an ultrasound and found that her gall bladder is almost filled with small stones. Needed emergency surgery. Surprisingly, this operation took only 30 minutes. A medical team under the management of Dr. Shah by laparoscopy (through small incision) just removed out the gallbladder.
Later he opened and counted the stones, realizing that the number of stones within the bladder is rare. Nevertheless it is not a record. According to doctors, the greatest number of stones — 3110 in total — were removed by British doctors from the gall bladder of a German patient in 1983.
After the operation the woman is safely recovering.
The gallbladder is a small organ in the upper right part of the abdomen, which stores bile produced by the liver. Bile helps digest fatty foods. Anatomically is part of the liver.
The development of gallstones can cause severe abdominal pain, vomiting, jaundice and other complications, which in the case of delayed surgical intervention, which can even be fatal.