This diagnosis is synonymous with gallbladder dyskinesia. Patients present with similar complaints as those with chronic cholecystitis; however, gallstones are absent on US. Typical presenting symptoms include nausea, bloating, fatty food intolerance, vomiting, weight loss, irregular bowel habits, and fever. There is a strong female predominance; approximately 80% of patients with this disease entity are female. Gallbladder dyskinesia is frequently associated with other gastrointestinal (GI) motility disorders, such as irritable bowel syndrome.
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