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Dear doctors. Should I be alarmed of the CT scan result showed:- focal adenomyosis at the gallbladder fundus n probable hepatic cyst.
Depends on findings: Adenomyosis of the gallbladder appears to be a harmless incidental (= unexpected & not related to study reason) finding on radiologic studies, typically no symptoms. Liver cysts are common; CT scan usually can tell if harmless or not. Depending on degree of suspicion, if CT cannot tell or if cyst is large, might repeat CT in a few months, test the fluid, occasionally remove cyst, or other tests. ...Read more
There is a 1.4x2.3x 0.8cm focal hypoechoic area of mural thickening along the gallballder fundus, do I need to remove the gallbladder ?
Maybe: You may need to see a general surgeon who can assess you and review your images. Additional imaging may be needed if the findings are not clear on ultrasound, although ultrasound usually provides the best assessment of the gallbladder. There are multiple reasons for gallbladder wall thickening at the fundus including a benign process called adenomyomatosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have suffered from severe gallbladder type pain for 11yrs. I had it removed 9yrs ago and still suffer. What could be wrong?
Several things: Gall bladder collapse is usually seen by ultrasound exam. Contracted or collapsed gallbladder can refer gb response following meal, ingestion of fat or injection intravenously of the hormone(cck) that is responsible for causing the gallbladder to contract. Inflammation due to gallstones can result in scarring of the gallbladder. Scarring causes the gallbladder to be contracted. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If i had a gallbladder i would say that was the problem but i don't what could be causing this pain?
What pain?: This is impossible to answer since you've given us no idea what pain you're talking about except that it's similar in some way to gallbladder pain. This makes me wonder if you might have post-cholecystectomy syndrome: http://www.Medfriendly.Com/postcholecystectomysyndrome.Html but your condition sounds too complex for a doc who knows little about you to diagnose online- see appropriate specialist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Typically people: feel pain in the right upper quadrant area of the stomach which can radiate to the back or flank and sometimes also in the mid-upper stomach or epigastric area. That is the classic distribution, sometimes people can feel a band-like pain across the upper abdomen. See a surgeon to be fully evaluated, which might include an ultrasound. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
After GB attack: Stones, no symptoms-generally leave it be stones, symptoms (pain, with nausea, vomiting, maybe dark urine, light stool, fever) confirmed to be abnormal gb (abnormal sono, hida, mrcp, ercp, etc)-surgery to prevent complications in future attacks (infected duct, pancreatitis, etc) big gb polyp, especially with stones -surgery, prevent gb cancer diabetic?- talk w/md abn gb wall on sono- maybe surg. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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