Morphofunctional Relationship of Gallbladder Pathology with Stomach Pathology
in the Conditions of Kara-Suu General Practice Centers. Influence of the Trophological
Status to Stone Formation
Turusbekova AK, Kalmatov RK, Moldoev M*, Zhanadilova GZH and Kalysbek KS
Department of Public Health, Osh State University, Kyrgyzstan
*Corresponding Author: Moldoev M, Department of Public Health, Osh State University, Kyrgyzstan.
November 22, 2021; Published: December 29, 2021
The study of the influence of the trophological status of patients on the course of pathologies of the gallbladder and stomach, physicochemical changes in bile and the state of the gastric mucosa can improve the results of treatment of combined pathologies of the hepatobiliary zone. The introduction into practice of gastroscopic studies of patients with cholelithiasis can substantiate the pathogenicity of the treatment of pathologies of neighboring organs.
Keywords: Organs; Gallbladder; Stomach
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