Gallbladder disease is one of the most prevalent gastrointestinal disorders that may result from a complex interaction of genetic and environmental factors. This study examined the association of dietary patterns with gallstone disease among Iranian women. This case-control study was conducted in general teaching hospitals in Tehran, Iran. Participants were female cases and female controls aged years who were admitted for problems other than GBD. Dietary patterns were identified using principal components analysis based on food frequency questionnaire. Two distinct dietary patterns were identified in women healthy and unhealthy. These findings confirm that dietary pattern approach provides potentially useful and relevant information on the relationship between diet and disease.
Diet as a risk factor for cholesterol gallstone disease. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. Invited commentary: factor analysis and the search for objectivity. Upper-right-quadrant tenderness and palpable infiltrate in the region of the gallbladder are revealed upon physical examination. High risk of bias: any of the following: no blinding of outcome assessment, and the outcome measurement is likely to be influenced by lack of blinding; or blinding of outcome assessment, but likely that the blinding could have been broken, and the outcome measurement is likely to be influenced by lack of blinding. The Cochrane Collaboration,
Ultrasonography and cholescintigraphy are the imaging studies most commonly used to diagnose cholelithiasis and cholecystitis. In the uncommon event that a patient develops symptomatic cholelithiasis, presentation can range from mild nausea or abdominal discomfort to biliary colic and jaundice. Mchanism risk of bias: missing data were unlikely to make treatment effects depart from plausible values. Version 5. Epidemiology of gallstones. Where the P value is less than 0. Fish oil n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids beneficially affect biliary cholesterol nucleation time in obese women losing weight.