why does prolonged TPN lead to cholelithiasis
I've always wondered this. So why does prolonged TPN make you vulnerable to having gallstone? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - November 21, 2017 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: MudPhud20XX Source Type: forums

Crohn's Disease and Gallstones (Black vs Cholesterol)
Hey guys, Rounding out near the end of the block and am stumped by a robbins questions. Basically pt has cholesterol stones and I narrow it down to: - hyper-secretion of biliary cholesterol - ileal resection from Crohn's I pick ileal resection from Crohn's because I've learned that bile acids are recirculating and the lack of the bile acids creates opportunity for oversaturation by cholesterol. Answer key differs, indicating according to Robbins that ileal involvement is a risk factor for... Crohn's Disease and Gallstones (Black vs Cholesterol) (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 10, 2017 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: MD22412 Source Type: forums

Please State The Nature Of The Medical Emergency
I enjoy reading medical blogs so I thought I'd start one over on the Medlinks site. It's mostly a way of book marking the plethora of web articles I read, and making some kind of sense from what I've learned. Anyway: Focus on Drugs and various other things… March 16, 2014 Do you know where your gall bladder is located? gallstones Since I’ve been reading about drugs, I’ve developed an increased interest in news articles about them. In New Zealand, new synthetic drugs can be made legally available, however, other illicit drugs remain illegal. Will this see a rise in drug use in NZ? Will more people die by mixing differ...
Source: New Media Medicine - March 16, 2014 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: Armadillo Tags: Weblogs Source Type: forums

Is there other solution other than cholecystectomy
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Source: MD Health Forum - Medical Discussion Boards - April 5, 2013 Category: Consumer Health Advice Authors: Lolita Tags: Surgery Source Type: forums