Mode of presentation of Carcinoma Gallbladder
A prospective study 2 years duration is presented, in which 30 cases of proven carcinoma gallbladder are analyzed to study various modes of presentation. The most common symptom is pain (88.8%) followed by jaundice (36%), mass (66%), clay stools (55.5%), dyspepsia (51.8%), vomiting (37%), fever (25.9%) and abdominal distention (25.9%). It is concluded that CA. gallbladder presents at a stage where any surgical procedure cannot be helpful.
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