Potential complications of percutaneous cholecystostomy

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Potential complications of percutaneous cholecystostomy

What are the potential complications associated with percutaneous cholecystostomy?

Complications include hemorrhage, infection (sepsis), bile peritonitis, and respiratory failure or aspiration related to intraprocedural sedation. Pneumothorax is possible but is relatively rare if a subcostal approach is used.

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