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Upper abdominal pain. Ultrasound shows gallstones. MCRP showed dilated pancreatic duct. Still having gallbladder problem?

I ve had US of abdomen for right upper abdomal pain under rib cage with a lot of pressure for over 8 weeks, they see gallstones, sludge , had Hida scan with pain in right upper quadrant during but was told HIDA scan was normal. Had EGD, noraml, all blood work normal. On MRCP saw a dilated pancreatic duct at head of pancreas? Could I still have a gallbladder problem?
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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Symptomatic gallstones necessitate cholecystectomy. The MRCP plates need to be studied to look for any obstruction to the pancreatic duct. If there is'nt then removal of the gall bladder is the treatment.
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