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Spontaneous cholecystocutaneous fistula.

We report a case of cholecystocutaneous fistula in a 90 years old female as a complication of gallstone disease. Patient presented with necrotizing fasciitis of anterior abdominal wall and cholecystocutaneous fistula. She was bedridden for the last 3 years due to cerebral vascular accident. She was a known case of chronic cholecystitis and 2 years back common bile duct stenting was done, in Jeddah, for obstructive jaundice but cholecystectomy was not done because patient was not fit for surgery.

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