CARCINOMA OF CALL BLADDER

Authors

  • Gul Mohammad
  • S. Jamil-ur- Rahman
  • Aurang zeb

Abstract

ABSTRACT:Seventy eases of Carcinoma of the Gall Bladder were diagnosed in a group of two thousandpatients who underwent the Hepatobiliary operations over a period of eleven years (1979-90), in theDistrict Headquarter Teaching Hospital, Abbottabad arc reviewed. The data covering symptoms,preoperative diagnosis, surgical treatment and prognosis were analysed and compared to the similardata in the literature. Both the results and the reasons for high mortality rate were discussed andimportance of early diagnosis is stressed.

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