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Krankheiten der Gallenblase und Gallengänge

  • U. Leuschner
  • H. Seifert
  • T. Wehrmann
  • B. Lembcke
  • S. Zeuzem
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Zusammenfassung

Bei der Cholezystolithiasis finden sich Gallensteine in der funktionsfähigen oder nicht funktionierenden Gallenblase. Die Cholezystolithiasis ist mit 10–15% aller Einwohner eine der häufigsten Krankheiten in den Industrieländern. Sie befällt Frauen doppelt so häufig wie Männer und nimmt mit dem Alter zu (im 7. Lebensjahrzehnt 46% aller Einwohner). 80% aller Menschen mit Gallensteinen sind asymptomatisch (Steinträger), und nur bei 20% bestehen Beschwerden (Gallensteinpatienten). Etwa 0,1–0,2% aller Gallensteinpatienten sterben (wenn unbehandelt) an ihrer Krankheit. Somit handelt es sich bei der Cholezystolithiasis um eine gutartige Erkrankung mit günstiger Prognose.

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  • U. Leuschner
  • H. Seifert
  • T. Wehrmann
  • B. Lembcke
  • S. Zeuzem

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