Chronische Cholecystitis

  • P. Tondelli

Zusammenfassung

Der Begriff chronische Cholecystitis wird klinisch und pathologischanatomisch verwendet. Am klarsten definiert ist er pathologischanatomisch:hier beinhaltet er sämtliche Formen und Stadien chronischentzündlicher Veränderungen der Gallen-. blase. Die chronische Cholecystitis kommt praktisch ausschließlich bei Steinen vor. Umgekehrt findet der Pathologe bei Gallenblasenkonkrementen auch immer mehr oder weniger ausgeprägte entzündliche Veränderungen, so daß der Kliniker nicht fehlgeht, wenn er bei vorhandenen Steinen von einer chronischen Cholecystitis spricht.

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