Issue 3 Articles

Perforation as a Cause of Failure in the Conservative Treatment of Acute Cholecystitis: Is Percutaneous Cholecystostomy A Sufficient Treatment?

After 3.65 (2-8) days of conservative treatment, the patients with no improvement in clinical and/or laboratory findings were considered to have complicated cholecystitis and underwent additional imaging procedures. In 20 patients, gallbladder perforation was observed, and a total of 22 catheters were placed