What's the etiologies of post-cholecystectomy syndrome?
In other words, remember the signs and symptoms such as nausea and vomiting
in such that may mimic the symptoms preoperatively maybe due to papillary stenosis.
Maybe there's a retained stone in the common bile duct,
and you can imagine that made then very much mimic the signs and symptoms of preoperative cholecystectomy.
Bile duct injury and biliary dyskinesia, now these are possible
causes of what may happen post-cholecystectomy.
Biliary dyskinesia is a motility disorder of the biliary tree.
Unexplained biliary pain after cholecystectomy may be due to a hypertonic sphincter of Oddi.
Diagnosis is made via manometry and management includes sphincterotomy.