Gall bladder, injury of

 Rate as for peritoneal adhesions

Rate as peritoneal adhesions

Severe; definite partial obstruction shown by X-ray, with frequent and prolonged episodes of severe colic distension, nausea or vomiting, following severe peritonitis, ruptured appendix, perforated ulcer, or operation with drainage

Moderately severe; partial obstruction manifested by delayed motility of barium meal and less frequent and less prolonged episodes of pain

Moderate; pulling pain on attempting work or aggravated by movements of the body, or occasional episodes of colic pain, nausea, constipation (perhaps alternating with diarrhea) or abdominal distension

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