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The paper presents the follow-up results of the mini-access surgery for chronic calculous cholecystitis (72 patients) and for calculous cholecystitis (133 patients) performed 3-6 years ago. The long-term results were estimated on two international questionnaires of quality of life (SF-36, GSRS), and on the data of clinical, laboratory and instrumental methods of investigation. All patients operated on for chronic calculous cholecystitis had good long-term results. 99.3 % of the patients withdoi:10.24884/1607-4181-2014-21-1-67-69 fatcat:7h757yn42fdlxclsltohuuj56u