Symptoms and management of biliary disease - sudden onset of cramping abdominal pain under the right costal arch, radiating towards the right shoulder blade, accompanied by nausea, vomiting, possibly fever, may indicate gallbladder disease.
From epigraph the most common cause is gall bladder fatness.
Following a meal error (eating fatty food), the gall bladder contracts, but the stones inside prevent the stored water from being epe into the horseshoe casing.
This causes cramping pain and the symptoms mentioned above. Bile cramps can develop without gallstones, the gall bladder rarer, functional (movement) disorders.
Endoscopic and surgical methods are the primary treatment options.