Colecistopatia aguda calculosa como manifestação extraintestinal em paciente com doença de Crohn: relato de caso

Luilson Geraldo Coelho Júnior, Brenno Vinicius Porto Lima, Danilo Fossalusa Minari, Marcos Paulo Borges Mendanha, Bernard Moreira Oliveira, Hamilton Alexandre Grosmann Barbosa, Adão Jair de Souza

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A doença de Crohn (DC) é uma patologia inflamatória intestinal de etiologia desconhecida que acomete o trato gastrointestinal e pode afetar outros órgãos, como, por exemplo, a vesícula biliar. Entre as manifestações hepatobiliares, os pacientes podem apresentar colecistite, colelitíase, colangite. A associação entre DC e colelitíase é bem estabelecida, sendo esses pacientes são mais propensos a desenvolver colelitíase, devido à alteração na composição da bile e a uma redução da motilidade da vesícula biliar. Descrevemos um caso em que uma paciente com doença de Crohn apresentou colelitíase.

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doenças inflamatórias intestinais; doença de Crohn; colecistite; colelitíase

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