Cholangitis

Introduction Cholangitis is inflammation of the bile duct. It is typically the results of a bacterial infection (often secondary to gallstones), but can also occur in other conditions, such as primary sclerosing cholangitis and...

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Cholecystitis

Acute Cholecystitis This is caused by a blockage in the cystic duct or neck of the gallbladder (95% of cases are gallstones or gallstone precursor ‘sludge’) It is unlikely to be infection, and more...

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Cholera

Organism vibrio cholerae (gram negative) incubation- avg 3 days Transmission Faecal – oral Small infecting dose may lead to carrier state Large infecting dose will lead to overt disease. Epidemiology May become endemic where...

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