gallbladder disease can generate a variety of non-specific clinical manifestations of patients. Gall bladder disease sufferers usually experience symptoms differentiated according to their age and sex. Although gall bladder diseases and problems can occur in both sexes, the female sex in general experience more intense and varied symptoms. The clinical manifestations of gallbladder disease also affects the underlying causes of the disease and the stage of progression.
The gallbladder is a small organ located in the immediate vicinity of the liver in the upper right region of the abdomen. Its main purpose is to help the liver in the process of fat digestion, bile collection and storage, and then releasing it inside the material of the small intestine, and stomach, if necessary. bile produced by the liver plays an important role in the assimilation of vitamin A, D, E, and K is the water composition of bile, bile acids, phospholipids, electrolytes, and pigments. Gallbladder disease can be caused by a chemical imbalance in the composition of bile (which is thickening of bile, leading to the formation of gallstones), the level of physiological disorders of the bile ducts or gallbladder infections.
in the early stages of the disease, people rarely gallbladder pain disorders. At first, the disease generates symptoms such as abdominal bloating, indigestion, abdominal discomfort, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. As the disease progresses, the patient experiences pain radiating to the right upper region of the abdominal pain that eventually moves the lower rear side. Although back pain is not always reveal the gallbladder complaints, it is still one of the important criteria in the process of diagnosis. Recent studies have shown that patients of gallbladder disease often experience more advanced stages of low back pain of the disease. This syndrome patients mostly suffering from gallbladder disease is common age group over 50, younger adults with rare or children. Gall bladder back pain can be expressed as the result of inflammation of the gallbladder or biliary colic.
biliary colic is a common cause of lower back pain. Biliary colic refers to the formation of gallstones in the gallbladder and bile ducts and liver. Gallstones, biliary calculi As small stones formed excess cholesterol, calcium and bile pigments. When gallstones obstruct the bile ducts accumulate in large amounts, these fully facilitating the occurrence of gall bladder infection. Associated infections and inflammation of the gallbladder, biliary colic generates intense, persistent pain in the region of the abdomen and lower back. Gall bladder back pain usually occurs in episodes lasting 20-30 minutes each attack and within a few hours.
more than 15 percent of the bile duct common disorder affecting the formation and accumulation of gallstones level of people age over 50th in gallstones can be easily observed in the ultrasound and computerized tomography tests quickly and patients diagnosed with biliary colic. If you experience severe abdominal and back pain to abdominal bloating, nausea and vomiting, it is best to see a doctor as soon as possible, in order to receive the appropriate medical treatment.