A 45-year-old female asked:
what does this mean for the gallbladder from ct report: the liver, spleen, pancreas, etc are all normal. the gallbladder is identified?
2 doctor answers • 6 doctors weighed in
Endocrinology 16 years experience
Means was seen: This means the gall bladder was seen on the ct scan. It may not always be seen by the radiologist.
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Radiology 31 years experience
Gallbladder seen: So they are saying that your gall bladder is still there (not removed). There should have been another sentence or two stating whether the appearance of it was normal (no gallstones or wall thickening, etc.).
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Last updated Mar 13, 2018
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