A 36-year-old female asked:
Hida scan did not show gb though ct/mri and us were normal for gb. additional test for small lesion on pancreas; likely a cyst. potential causality?
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Internal Medicine 62 years experience
Hida scan: Your hida scan showed a nonfunctioning gall bladder which could be inflamed, its duct obstructed or congenital abnormal duct, leaks(if recent surgery). The small pancreatic lesion is unlikely to be the cause. Collaboration between the radiologist and an abdominal surgeon would shed the most information.
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