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Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences
BACKGROUND Cholecystectomy is the universally accepted method to manage symptomatic uncomplicated cholelithiasis and other benign gallbladder diseases, because it can cure the disease and has low morbidity and mortality. The most frequent complication in patients undergoing cholecystectomy is surgical site infection. Cholecystectomy is considered clean-contaminated if the biliary tract is entered without significant spillage during the procedure. Some randomised clinical trials have confirmeddoi:10.14260/jemds/2018/696 fatcat:bvjfwe5bnfhbvfunbvxf6uiv5u