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Abdominal CT shows thickened GB wall with sludge, pleural thickening with fibrotic changes

CT: Abdomen Multiple contiguous 7 mm pre & post contrast obtained from the level of domes of diaphragm down to the pubic symhysis after opacification of bowel with oral contrast media. o GB appears distended (size 8.5 x 4cm) & thick walled (maximum wall . thickens J *) with peri GB inflammatory changes. Inflammation & h5geos^u*\q hprra{rar€een in contiguous Liver parenchyma iri Rt lobgevident as significant post contrast enhancemenboComparedto normal liver parenchymaM. inimal per GB fat strandings eenw ith no e/o any collection. GB lumens howa vg attenuationo f 23 slo sledgein lumen. Liver appears normal in size, shape & texture. Portal & biliary radicals appeanr ormal.I ntra hepaticI VC appearn ormal.I nflammatoryc hangess een adjacentto G fossai n Rt. lobe. CBD:- Smoothw alls, CBD diameteris within normall imits. Pancreas:N- ormal in size,s hapea nd texture.N o focal lesion seen.M PD is within normal limits. Aorta and Para aortic areas are normal. Spleen:-n ormali n size,s hapea ndt exture. Both Kidneys:- nonnal in size, cortical thickness within normal limits, no focal lesions eenN. o freef luid / LAP seen. Bowel loopsn ormali n caliber& wall thicknessN. o focal lesions een. CONCLUSION:- F/S/O * Thickened GB wall with sludge . Rt. pleural thickening with fibrotic changes.
Asked On : Tue, 15 May 2012
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