Approximately 10% of adults have gallstones. Some are perfectly well; others present with potentially fatal complications such as pancreatitis or empyema of the gallbladder. How up to date is your management of this common condition?
- What are the two principal types of gallstones?
a. calcium stones
b. uric acid stones
c. cholesterol stones
d. pigment stones
e. triglyceride stones
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