The research aims to estimate of outcomes for cholelithiasis after laparoscopic cholecystectomy. The study was divided into two phases, where 100 patients with cholelithiasis were collected from Baghdad Hospital, Iraq, who were admitted to the hospital with an initial diagnosis. As for the second phase, 50 patients with cholelithiasis after cholecystectomy were collected. The patients were divided into 29 patients, women, and 21 males, and the average age, by relying on the statistical analysis program to analyze data and demographic information to patients, was 44.5600 ± 6.3 years. The most frequent complications were found in patients as for the evaluation of surgical outcomes; post-operative haemorrhage was found to be present in 11 patients and 8 in males. Therefore, laparoscopic cholecystectomy is the gold standard for treatment, and the absolute number of cholecystectomy operations in the world is large, and the complications that exist are few when compared with Open cholecystectorny.