My mother had a sugery where they removed her gallbladder. During the surgery they failed to seal the duct that the gallbladder and liver share. Her body was flooded with bile. This was not discovered for two days. Is is possible for this to cause pancreatitis? We discovered 8 months after the original surgery that my mother had pancreatitis and her body was creating pancreatic stones non-stop. I just want to try and figure out the cause, and all the doctors are saying they have no idea. I think it has to do with this duct not being sealed and the bile. Is this possible?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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