GALLBLADDER SURGERY: HOW IT IS DONE AND RECOVERY TIME - GENERAL CLINIC

Surgery for gallstone



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Surgery to remove the gallbladder, technically called cholecystectomy, is indicated in cases of inflamed gallbladder, gallstones or, less frequently, in cases of cancer. When it occurs in a programmed and uncomplicated way, it is usually a quick surgery, lasting on average 45 minutes, requiring only 1 to 2 days of rest and a recovery for normal activities in 1 to 2 weeks