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Causes Of Gallbladder Wall Thickening
Gallbladder: Thickened gallbladder + gallstones in the absence if symptoms such as abdominal pain, nausea/vomiting associated with meals= chronic gallbladder disease. This may or may not be related to the enlarged spleen. Certain hereditary diseases such as hereditary spherocytosis may be associated with spleen enlargement and gallstones. See your doctor to sort this out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The gallbladder is a sac-like structure located under the right lobe of the liver. It is attached to the common bile duct via the cystic duct. The gallbladder can store bile when the bile is not needed, and can squeeze bile into the bile duct and intestine for digestion when a person eats larger ...Read more
Can thickened gallbladder wall cause nausea and fullness after eating and pain directly under breastbone in center of abdomen?
Maybe: If your gallbladder has stones or sludge (which can lead to obstruction of bile flow out of the gallbladder, and cause thickened gallbladder wall), then you can have pain in that area, though it is generally in the right upper abdomen. Has the cause for your thickened gallbladder been determined? If not, I think you need to see your doctor or a GI specialist to figure that out. ...Read more
Gallbladder wall is thought to be thickened there are echodensities within the wall with comet tail defects consistent with adenomyomatosis no stones?
What to do if I had a ultrasound of my gallbladder I don't have stones or wall thickening but I have stabbing pain?
Abdominal pain.: You may need a hida scan to evaluate the gallbladder for dysfunction. ...Read more
What could cause ruq pain? Multiple ultrasounds all perfect, gallbladder walls thin and no distension. Pain in waves, sporadic in nature. Alt^
Does thickening of gallbladder wall always need to be treated? No stones were visible on MRI. Only symptom is back pain that seems mechanical.
Acalculous cholecyst: Sound like time for a cholecystectomyGet a more detailed answer ›
Does gallbladder cancer appear as acalculous gallbladder wall thickening? Or as a specific area with scar like appearance?
Porcelain: The finding of a "porcelain gallbladder" on x-ray raises the suspicion for cancer; however, not diagnostic for cancer. Gallbladder cancer can present with symptoms and findings similar to patients with routine gallstones: right upper quad. Pain after eating with an ultrasound showing a thickened wall and stones. Most patients with acalculous cholecystitis, do not have cancer but still need surgery. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
US gallbladder: contracted w/ mild thickening of wall. All labs r normal except ast/alt (2-3× increase). No pain, is hida scan really necessary?
Basically YES.: There is both a compelling need to remove the gallbladder possibly and no evidence of a problem. Mostly, it is because the fine gallstones are running through a NON_WORKING gallbladder and irritating it and the liver. HIDA shows.... Without an exam, I can only give general information. Cannot say in your particular case, but generally, this is how to proceed. ...Read more
My usg reveals-acalculous mild gallbladder wall thickening, fatty liver. Lft normal, can reducing fat intake correct both?
Not enough: Reducing fatty food intake may reduce gall bladder attacks, but will not make your fatty liver to normal. Fatty liver is an early sign of liver disease, need to correct the cause soon it may be nutrition, alcohol, chemicals (drugs), hepatitis etc, if allowed may progress to cirrhosis. Please see your doctor and follow the advise ...Read more
I am having gallbladder pain. Labs are normal but ultrasound shows sludge and thickened wall. Was sent home on Bentyl (dicyclomine). What's next? Having alot of pain.
Gallbladder pain.: If you are having repeated attacks of pain due to the gallbladder, with sludge and thickened gallbladder wall, it is likely that you may end up needing a cholecystectomy. This is a decision made by clinical judgment of your doctor and your surgeon. If the attacks are still persistent, talk to them or go to the emergency room. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had upper central abdomen pain for 5 days, but now that is gone. I had an ultrasound that showed thickening of my gallbladder wall. Any ideas?
I had a CT scan to look for thickening of the wall of my colon. Scan showed no thickening but a contracted gallbladder after fasting. What's the tx?
Unless you have: Symptoms suggesting gallbladder disease I would do nothing. The gallbladder can contract by just drinking some water so a contracted one alone is of doubtful significance. Ultrasound can be used to look for gallstones should there be some need for further evaluation and hepatobiliary scans can look for abnormal gallbladder filling and emptying in patients with suspected gallbladder dysfunction. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Latest abdominal ultrasound reveals well distended gallbladder, fatty liver, mild gallbladder wall thickening. But lft normal. No pain. What can this mean?
Why did you get US?:
If lfts are normal, and no pain, why get us?
Fatty liver means more fat stored in liver than normal, usually due to metabolic reasons - overweight, diabetes, alcohol overuse/abuse.
Gallbladder wall thickening is a weak sign of gallbladder disease in people with pain or tenderness - in this case it probably means the gallbladder could distend even more than it was. ...Read more
My abdomen ultrasound shows a 2mm echogenic focus ass't w the gallbladder wall thickening and it's sludging. Constipation problems since 2012.
Gallstone.: The report sounds like gallstone (echogenic focus and sludge) with some irritation of the gallbladder (wall thickening). If you have a fever, then this could also be infected cholecystitis, which your surgeon should remove. If not infected then you may be experiencing "biliary colic", caused by the gallstone. For constipation, eat more fiber rich foods. See your PMD if symptoms worsen. ...Read more
What can cause a sharp pain under the right ribs if the ultrasound showed that I don't have any stones in my gallbladder a doctor at ultrasound said that the walls of my gallbladder are sick. I have pain for a week and it is very tender under the right r
Do I need my gallbladder removed? Gi doctor says yes. I had an ultrasound saying that I have stones, distention, wall thickening, and a 0.6cm polyp.
Yes, go for removal: Though you are young because you have stones, gb wall thickening indicating inflammation and possible infect. Distended bladder could be sec. To many gall stones, or gall stone obstructing the duct of the gb with stagnation o bile+. Sometimes gas forming bacte. Can the gb to perforate which becomes serious as spesis sets in. Cancer can occur in chr. Stone pts/polyp is asso. With cancer gb occ. Ly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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