After gall bladder removal can gall stones develop elsewhere in the body instead. Eg the liver?

Yes, in a small. minority of cases, stones can form in the common duct, which connects the liver to duodenum. If you are having symptoms, you should see a doctor for full exam and tests. It could still be some other problem too.

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Had ultrasound that indicated gall stone foci (6mm). Liver and gall bladder normal. No pain. Coded as cholestasis. Why not say minor gall stones?

Coding error? I agree. Sounds like the more appropriate ICD-10 code for your finding was K80.20 = Calculus of gallbladder w/o cholecystitis w/o obstruction. Perhaps your provider has however other data that supports a diagnosis of cholestasis (K71.0, K83.1). Read more...

I have been diagnosed as having gall stones, how long do I have until my gall bladder has to be taken out? I had an attack involving vomiting and rapid bow movement with sevier pains in my abdomen so I went to the emergency room while I was out of town. T

Hello. . Hello. Recommend that you notify your personal doctor as soon as you have returned to your home. He or she will likely consult with a general surgeon who will then evaluate you. How quickly it will need to be removed depends on your medical condition. For instance: are stones causing a total obstruction ?, are you getting fevers from this?, etc. The surgeon should be able to give specific advice for your current condition about how urgent the matter is. Take care. Read more...
If . If the stones are giving you problems you should see a surgeon to have your gall bladder removed. It is a laparoscopic procedure you come to the hospital in the morning and go home later that same day. Read more...
Gallstones . Gallstones and their symptoms can be highly variable from one person to another. Many people can walk around and feel normal with gallstones, and they do not need surgery. Other people with gallstones get upper abdominal gas and pressure discomforts with nausea or vomiting. If you hare having gallstone pain and symptoms, which usually get worse with eating fatty or greasy foods, then you should see you family doctor to see if they recommend referral to a surgeon. Probably also not the best to wait for severe unrelenting abdominal pain and vomiting to occur. Read more...
Symptoms = surgery. Symptomatic gallstones are an indication for laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Not an emergency but don't wait forever. Read more...