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Septic Arthritis Present with Silent Gallbladder Stone

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 1)

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Page : 632-633

Keywords : Septic Arthritis Gallbladder Stone;

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Septic arthritis is inflammation of a synovial joint. The infection is located in the synovial joint or periarticular tissues. Septic arthritis of knee joint is common and is associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Septic arthritis of knee present with silent gallbladder is a rare case. Septic arthritis can spread via hematogenous route as bacteremia . we know ascending cholangitis is usually due to bacterial infection of biliary tract , that result for biliary stasis. This result gall bladder stone formation, but it represent as silent gall bladder stone. Patient remain asymptomatic. Incidentaly came out during routine investigation for septic we present a45 years old man present with septic arthritis with silent gallbladder stone.

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