Criterios actualizados de diagnóstico y tratamiento | 20 JUN 19

Litiasis biliar ¿conducta expectante o intervención?

La litiasis biliar es frecuente en los adultos. Es asintomática en hasta el 80% de los casos y las recomendaciones actuales no aconsejan la colecistectomía a menos que cause síntomas.
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Autor: Ibrahim M, Sarvepalli M, Morris-Stiff G et al Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine Volume 85 • Number 4 April 2018 323
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