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VESICULA BILIAR: CONTENIDO NO LITIASICO

English translation: Gallbladder: non-lithiasic

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Spanish term or phrase:VESICULA BILIAR: CONTENIDO NO LITIASICO
English translation:Gallbladder: non-lithiasic
Entered by: Karina Pelech
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18:06 May 30, 2002
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Spanish term or phrase: VESICULA BILIAR: CONTENIDO NO LITIASICO
VESICULA BILIAR: CONTENIDO NO LITIASICO
Marcelo Trujillo
Gallbladder: non-lithiasic
Explanation:
lithiasis/ litiasis:

formation of calculi in the biliary or urinary ducts

This means that there are no calcifications in the gallbladder /biliary duct

Suerte ... :o)

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Note added at 2002-05-30 19:05:33 (GMT)
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\"...Abstract: Six cases of ***non-lithiasic*** cholecystitis and 7 cases of inflammatory cholangitis caused by cryptosporidium and/or cytomegalovirus infections have been studied in HIV-1 + patients. All patients were examined with ultrasound and 5 with computed tomography (CT). The appearance is the same as that described for **non-lithiasic cholecystitis** (pain when the ultrasound probe is applied, thickened **gallbladder** wall) and ...\"

http://www.aegis.com/pubs/aidsline/1990/feb/M9020257.html

\"...field of cholelithiasis is currently under investigation. Reproducible in vivo spectra very similar to in vitro bile spectrum can be obtained on the gallbladder of healthy (non lithiasic) hamsters. Evaluation of the ratio of the concentration of the whole bile acids pool on one hand to that of phospholipids on the other hand seems possible...\"

http://iris2.curie.u-psud.fr/english/InVivo_E.html

\"The authors present three cases of ischemic necrosis of gall bladder as a complication following gastrectomy and as an acute abdominal condition in a patient whose pathology, though basically vascular, had evolved.

The common factor among these gastrectomized patients was that they had been subject to procedures on the arteries of the hepatic pedicle: dissection of lymph nodes in one case and incidental ligature of the gastroduodenal in the other.

These cases may be considered as non lithiasic cholecystitis.
(...)
Reapertura de mediana, exploración líquido bilioso libre en peritoneo, suturas en buen estado, no hay bilirragia. Vesícula de aspecto necrótico cubierta por gruesa membrana fibrinosa de color bilioso. No se reconoce litiasis vesicular. Colecistectomía de fondo a cuello. No se hace colangiografía intraope­ratoria...\"

http://www.cirugia-uy.com/rev70_34/05.htm

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Karina Pelech
Argentina
Local time: 20:35
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4 +1Gallbladder: non-lithiasic
Karina Pelech


  

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Gallbladder: non-lithiasic


Explanation:
lithiasis/ litiasis:

formation of calculi in the biliary or urinary ducts

This means that there are no calcifications in the gallbladder /biliary duct

Suerte ... :o)

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 2002-05-30 19:05:33 (GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

\"...Abstract: Six cases of ***non-lithiasic*** cholecystitis and 7 cases of inflammatory cholangitis caused by cryptosporidium and/or cytomegalovirus infections have been studied in HIV-1 + patients. All patients were examined with ultrasound and 5 with computed tomography (CT). The appearance is the same as that described for **non-lithiasic cholecystitis** (pain when the ultrasound probe is applied, thickened **gallbladder** wall) and ...\"

http://www.aegis.com/pubs/aidsline/1990/feb/M9020257.html

\"...field of cholelithiasis is currently under investigation. Reproducible in vivo spectra very similar to in vitro bile spectrum can be obtained on the gallbladder of healthy (non lithiasic) hamsters. Evaluation of the ratio of the concentration of the whole bile acids pool on one hand to that of phospholipids on the other hand seems possible...\"

http://iris2.curie.u-psud.fr/english/InVivo_E.html

\"The authors present three cases of ischemic necrosis of gall bladder as a complication following gastrectomy and as an acute abdominal condition in a patient whose pathology, though basically vascular, had evolved.

The common factor among these gastrectomized patients was that they had been subject to procedures on the arteries of the hepatic pedicle: dissection of lymph nodes in one case and incidental ligature of the gastroduodenal in the other.

These cases may be considered as non lithiasic cholecystitis.
(...)
Reapertura de mediana, exploración líquido bilioso libre en peritoneo, suturas en buen estado, no hay bilirragia. Vesícula de aspecto necrótico cubierta por gruesa membrana fibrinosa de color bilioso. No se reconoce litiasis vesicular. Colecistectomía de fondo a cuello. No se hace colangiografía intraope­ratoria...\"

http://www.cirugia-uy.com/rev70_34/05.htm




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Karina Pelech
Argentina
Local time: 20:35
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 975

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  José Luis Villanueva-Senchuk: Pues tengo una litiasis de la g. salival submaxilar pendiente. No veas como se me puso la cara cuando se taponó :-)
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  -> sigue sonriendo José ... saludos y gracias ... :o)
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