The artist Shweikar left our world a few hours ago after suffering a gallbladder burst, which she suffered from for a short time.
A rupture of the gallbladder is a medical condition in which the wall of the gallbladder leaks out or bursts. Lacerations usually occur due to inflammation of the gallbladder, and this inflammation can be caused by gallstones. The infection can also cause inflammation that may lead to a rupture.
Wolfka Expected “healthline” If your gallbladder ruptures, you may feel a sudden, sharp pain in the abdomen. The pain may last for a short time after a tear, but the pain often returns when the tear site grows and becomes inflamed or infected.
Untreated, gallbladder rupture can lead to systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) within the body, if there is an underlying infection with SIRS, also called sepsis, this type of infection can be life-threatening.
Causes of gallbladder eruption
Lacerations are generally caused by cholecystitis or acute injury.
Causes of cholecystitis leading to a rupture include:
1- Gallstones, which are the most common cause of inflammation.
2- ascariasis, which is caused by parasitic worms and can lead to biliary tract disease.
3- Bacterial infections, such as those caused by coli, Klebsiella, or Streptococcus faeces.
4- Bile sludge, which is a mixture of bile and particles that can clog the gallbladder.
Causes of a non-acute injury that can rupture the gallbladder include:
1- Car accidents.
2- Direct hits from contact sports, such as football, wrestling or rugby.