Leave no stone unturned
THE WEEK|February 02, 2020
Breakthroughs are aiding management of bile duct disorders
DR GAURAV CHAWLA

I often meet people with symptoms which have been mistaken for gastric pain—mostly pain or discomfort in the upper abdomen—either around the midline or to the right. Many patients come to me for a second opinion, after a trial of medication for gastritis with no improvement, and may have even undergone examination which did not reveal any significant gastric problem. A number of them were suffering from gallstone disease.

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