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patients who are usually not candidates for laparoscopic cholecystectomy include those with generalized peritonitis, septic shock from cholangitis, severe acute pancreatitis, end stage cirrhosis of the liver, and gallbladder cancer.
Spontaneous perforation of pyometra presenting as generalized peritonitis in a patient with cervical cancer.
Stump appendicitis and generalized peritonitis due to incomplete appendectomy.
0 Acute appendicitis with generalized peritonitis * appendicitis (acute) with: * perforation * peritonitis (generalized) (localized) following rupture or perforation * rupture K35.
Rarely, the gallbladder perforates freely into the peritoneal cavity, leading to generalized peritonitis (3).
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