A 51-year-old patient had an incredible number of gallstones removed by an Indian surgeon, setting a new world record.


A remarkable medical feat was accomplished when an Indian surgeon removed an astonishing number of gallstones from a 51-year-old patient, setting a new world record.

The patient, Minati Mondal, was in severe abdominal distress, complaining of intense pain when she was brought to Debdoot Sevayan Hospital in Kolkata, situated in the eastern part of the Indian state of West Bengal.

The medical investigation, conducted by Dr. Makhan Lala Saha, a renowned gastroenterologist and endosurgeon, identified that the root cause of Mondal's pain and acid reflux was her gallbladder.

In a laparoscopic procedure that lasted an hour, Dr. Saha successfully extracted an astonishing 11,950 gallstones. The nurses took a considerable amount of time to count them all.

The medical team expressed their amazement as they anticipated a substantial number of gallstones, but never imagined that this case would set a new world record.

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