The Treatment of Cholecystitis


Chief Complaint: Cholecystitis

Age: 50

Sex: F


Symptoms Seventeen years ago, the patient had a surgery and removed the gallbladder; Every year she has 2-3 attacks in the hypochondrium region (upper); She has had a dull pain for one week radiating to the back, without nausea and vomiting; The urine is yellow; Yesterday she had fever; She has a gall stone in the duct, which has 0.9 cm; Normal appetite, digestion and bowels. Tongue: purple, red sides, thick yellow coating.

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