Is a motility disorder that affects the gallbladder and sphincter of Oddi. The motility disorder of the gallbladder is called gallbladder dyskinesia. Patients with this condition present with biliary-type pain, and investigations show no evidence of gallstones in the gallbladder.
The most evident symptom of biliary dyskinesia or indication of ailment is the sharp torment in the right hypochondrium, discontinuous spasms that are situated under the right ribs. In any case, there are numerous patients who have no indications. Different patients may feel just a dubious distress or a dull hurt in right hypochondrium. Frequently, agony happens in roughly 40 minutes after the patient has eaten a feast high in fat. Once in a while queasiness and retching may happen.