Management of PCS has to address the specific cause. Irritable bowel syndrome (see Chapter 39, "Irritable Bowel Syndrome"), peptic ulcer disease (see Chapter 25, "Peptic Ulcer Disease"), cholelithiasis (see Chapter 132, "Cholelithiasis"), and chronic pancreatitis (see Chapter 139, "Chronic Pancreatitis") are important diagnostic considerations in the management of this syndrome. However, in this chapter we will focus on SOD.One study that systematically examined patients after cholecystectomy found that IBS was the most common cause of PCS.
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