eMediNexus, 21-03-2018

A 70-year-old male patient presented with history of chest pain and was diagnosed to have coronary artery disease. During routine evaluation, an ultrasound of the abdomen showed presence of gallbladder stones. There was no past history of biliary colic or jaundice. What is the best treatment advice for such a patient for his gallbladder stones?
  •    Open cholecystectomy.
  •    Laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
  •    No surgery for gallbladder stones.
  •    ERCP and removal of gallbladder stones.