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Partially distended gall bladder, calculus in lumen. What does it mean?

meaning this gall bladder is seen in partially distended state . a mobile calculus of 15mm seen in the lumen. another non mobile approx 9mm calculus is seen in neck of GB/cystic duct. a mobile oval to round echogenic focus (about 5 mm size ) without any definite PAS is seen in the dependent portion of GBs/osludge ball.wall is thickened (3.5mm)no pericholecystic is seen CBD IS PROMINENT & MEASURES approx 9mm at hilum . distal part couldn t be visualized due to bowel gases . (adv ; MRCP FOR FURTHER EVALUATION IF CLINICALLY INDICATED )
Asked On : Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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Sep 2012
hi, welcome to HCM i am Dr Das
first of all, there are two gallstones which causes partial enlargement of .gb but the problem is regarding the prominent cod.this needs further study to see what is the problem. MRCP is the best option . go for it. don't waste time.
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