LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY FOR LEFT SIDED GALL BLADDER: AN UNUSUAL CASE
AbstractWe report a rare case of a female patient with situs inversus totalis. She developed cholelithiasiswhich was diagnosed on abdominal ultrasound and she underwent laparoscopic cholecystectomy forthe left sided gall bladder. The literature on this subject is reviewed. We want to highlight theimportant aspects of the management in such rare scenario.Keywords: Laparoscopic, Cholecystectomy, Situs inversus
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