The Prevalence of Biliary Stones in Patients Referred to Jamhuriat Hospital, Kabul; A Cross-sectional Study in 2022

Authors

  • Mohammad Jawad Jawad Promotion, Academic Board Member of Medical Faculty, Khatam Al-Nubian University, Kabul, Afghanistan
  • Amena Rezaie Pharmacy Department, Jamal-UL-Shefa Medical Institute, Kabul, Afghanistan
  • Sayed Hussain Amiri Curative Medicine Department, Khatam Al-Nubian University, Kabul, Afghanistan

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Incidence gallstone bile, a favorable factor, clinical finding

Abstract

The gallbladder is a small and important building of the body that has the task of absorbing the bile produced from the liver and its evacuation to the stomach during hunger, which plays a role in digestion. Biliary stones are divided into three parts, including cholesterol rocks, which contain about 51% to 99% pure cholesterol; Secondly, Bilirubin rocks, which have about 20% to 30% cholesterol, have a dark color than calcium belaboring, and are called liberation bile stones; Thirdly, mixed rocks or Max, which contains nearly 75% in the composition of cholesterol, bile and calcium, and forms the majority of biliary stones in the gallbladder. The diagnosis of this disease is based on history, physical examinations, and radiological examinations, and has a surgical treatment and treatment

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2024-05-18

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Mohammad Jawad Jawad, Amena Rezaie, & Sayed Hussain Amiri. (2024). The Prevalence of Biliary Stones in Patients Referred to Jamhuriat Hospital, Kabul; A Cross-sectional Study in 2022. Global Scientific Review, 27, 44–48. Retrieved from http://www.scienticreview.com/index.php/gsr/article/view/426

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