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Contracted gallbladder containing caculi

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doctor1 MD

Hello, I am sharmin XXXXXXX from XXXXXXX .i have question that my father has gall bladder partially contracted.there are multiple echodensities present in the lumen .the large one measures 8mm,6mm,6mm. What ...

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What does it mean when the CT scan says the gallbladder is moderately distended, and 12 weeks later the report says the gallbladder appears to be contracted? (Husband was diagnosed with locally advanced ...

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Go to the doctor complaining of acid and burning sensation in stomach. Med with antibiotic, prilosec and tums . What does it mean when your gallbladder contains a 2.9 cm calculus with acoustic ...

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to 9000. Ultra sound reports say that gall bladder looks to be in contracted form. After 25 days he ...

Public Forum Discussions

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this is for my father who is 62 yrs old. Recently he went for a scan and the report showed as : Mild hepatomegaly with distended Gall Bladder containing multiple calculi along with echogenic bile ...

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iam deepika 27 yr old in my pcod scan it is found that iam having gall-bladder- contracted E/o multiple calculi of average sizes 4-5 mm noted wall thickness normal what do mean by this is it only sugery ...

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my CT Scan reads that I have a collapsed gallbladder, small fat containing left inguinal hernia, Atherosclerotic calcification and skeletal degenerates are present, uterine fibroid, and the impression ...

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showed that Containing multiple tiny faint echogenic structures arising from anterior wall of gallbladder ... near the fundus and another larger one measures about 6.0 neat the body suggesting tiny gallbladder ...

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1)Right Kidney shows a Calculus measuring 4mm in the mid pole with no evidence of hydronephrosis/scarring. What is the treatment for this? 2)Gall Bladder is partially Contracted and shows a tiny polyp adherent ...

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I have no pain but am nauseated with much gas and bloating after a meal containing pork spareribs ... drink one to two cups. I am wondering if this might be a gallbladder issue even with no pain. ...

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percentage that survived with out remaining a vegetable. Now she has contracted gall stones and gallbladder ... the gallbladder removed. I know there is always risk with any surgery. She is not sure she can stand much more ...

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, but can also cause painful g.b. contractions if you already have stones. He is very inactive due to knee ...

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Have had jaundice thrice in the past 7 months. Ultra-sound done 4 times which did not show any gall-bladder pathology. However in the 5th ultra-sound ,the gall-bladder is shown to be contracted with small calculi +a ...

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GALLBLADDER:The organ measures 88x 20 mm,containing several non- shadowing echogenic structuers with gravity dependent motion the largest measuring 5mm. The gallbladder wall thickness is normal. The CBD ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

it sounds like gallbladder stones

doctor1 MD

you need to have this checked out. what do you mean by gallbladder attacks? have you seen a physician. are you sure the pain is coming from your gallbladder? if so and you have pain because you have gallbladder stones then it sounds like you are heading for a gallbladder removal operation.

doctor1 MD

Other than have your Gallbladder removed surgically there is little that can be done.