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Zusammenfassung

Bei der Cholezystitis handelt es sich um eine akut oder chronisch verlaufende Entzündung der Gallenblasenwand. In über 90 % der Fälle ist sie mit Gallensteinen assoziiert, in etwa 10% tritt sie akalkulös auf. Die akute Cholezystitis kommt in jedem Alter vor, häufiger aber bei älteren Frauen als bei älteren Männern.

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