In this article, we report the case of a 75-year-old female who was admitted to our hospital due to a painful mass over her right flank region. Twenty months prior to the admission, the patient had undergone laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC). The computed tomography images revealed hyperdense lesions located at the common bile duct that had migrated to the abdominal wall. A surgical removal of two stones and pus content was performed. Based on the stone analysis and the surgical history, the patient was diagnosed with gallstone granuloma. After a short period of hospitalization, the patient was discharged with no complications. We believe that our report makes a significant contribution to the literature because reports of infectious complications due to unretrieved stones after LC are rare.