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Hida Scan Ejection Fraction Normal Range
I have recently developed urq pain. Normal ultrasound, lab work and hida scan. Ejection fraction 98%. Pain worse after meals. Tender to touch. Nausea.
See a surgeon: Cholescintigraphy for acute cholecystitis has sensitivity of 97%, specificity of 94%. several investigators have found the sensitivity being consistently higher than 90% though specificity has varied from 73%- 99%, yet compared to ultrasonography, cholescintigraphy has proven to be superior. As you can see, at least 3% of the time the hida scan is wrong. You may need to find a surgeon who is willing to go in and take a look on the basis of an abnormal physical examination without undue reliance on testing. I woulddefinitely recommend a second opinion. Best wishes. The information above is from wikipedia. ...Read more
Patient is injected intravenously with isotope tagged to chemical hida that is extracted preferentially by liver cells mimicking bile. Some of this is stored in gall bladder and some enters small bowel from common bile duct. Cholecystokinin is a natural hormone slowly injected intravenously to stimulate gall bladder contraction. Normal function has at least 50% ...Read more
Hi doctors, was just wondering what is a normal ejection fraction %age on a hida scan? What's good, what's bad?
Greater than 35%: Normal ejection fraction in adults usually is greater than 35%. Significance of ejection fractions has to be compared to clinical signs and symptoms of patient. ...Read more
Gallbladder ultra sound was normal w/NO stones... HIDA scan showed ejection fraction at 10%. I have frequent attacks, what are my chances of Gangrene?
I had a hida scan done result ejection fraction of 35% I am diabetic pain is worse since test and blood sugars are high is this normal?
Borderline result: 35% gb ejection fraction in most labs is borderline normal. Your physician has to consider gb ejection fraction along with symptoms of biliary colic for proper therapy. Ingestion of food prior to study does affect result. Being diabetic I do not know how many hours fasting prior to test. Usually 6-8 hours. ...Read more
Can biliary dyskinesia GB recover to normal after stopping meds that cause low ejection fraction? How long would it take to recover b4 new HIDA scan?
You almost certainly have mechanical obstruction of the GB, even though this may be only due to thickened bile, sludge, or gravel, and may be intermittent. Medications or supplements have virtually no influence on this process. Low fat diet can lessen the severity of symptoms by lessening GB contractions.
See your doctor. ...Read more
My son had a hida scan that showed ejection fraction of 94%. He has been nauseous for 6 month. He had normal edg, norma ct, normal blood work.?
Having mid-back pain to right of spine for hours after eating. Hida scan and gb ultrasound=normal. Ejection fraction=91%. Any ideas about the cause?
Possibly not gb: Most symptoms related to gall bladder occur in right upper quadrant of the abdomen. Your symptoms sound like other portions of the gastrointestinal tract may be involved, endoscopy, blood tests, and other imaging testing will examine large bowel and small bowel for possible contribution to your symptoms. ...Read more
Hida scan results ejection fraction rates 30% at 30minutes 46% at 45 minutes and 50% at 60 minutes. I am very symptomatic with eating, recorecommendat?
Depends on how the:
Gallbladder ejection fraction was performed. If the gallbladder contraction drug (cck or sincalide) was administered at a dose of 0.02 micrograms/kilogram over 1 hour, then a normal gallbladder ejection fraction would be greater than or equal to 38% at one hour.
Unfortunately, there is variability in the % depending on exactly how it is performed. Check with your doctor for what normal is. ...Read more
Hi doctors, was just wondering what is considered a high gallbladder ejection fraction during a hida scan?
Usually normal: Hyperkinetic or hyperactive gallbladder is not generally accepted as a diagnosis. A small group of patients (63) was symptomatic with cck infusion with greater than 80% ejection fraction. 28 of these patients underwent removal of gall bladder. 97% of these 28 patients showed improvement in symptoms following surgery.. More published retrospective and prospective studies needed. ...Read more
What does ejection fraction means? I'm having a hida scan tomorrow because i'v been diagnosed w/a gallbladder sludge
Ejection fraction is: A measure of how effectively the gallbladder releases bile when it contracts. During a hida scan, the gallbladder accumulates the radioactive substance. Another medication is then given (cck) which stimulates the gallbladder to contract. A special camera measures how well the gallbladder empties. This is reported as a percentage. If abnormal, this may be a source of pain without gallstones. ...Read more
Is there any study that shows using Half & Half in a HIDA scan is as accurate as CCK? My ejection fraction was 31%
Here is the link for that study:
http://jnm. Snmjournals. Org/content/43/12/1603.full
It shows that there is wide variability in the ejection fraction measured when half and half, instead of CCK, is used in a HIDA scan. However, the study concludes that both methods are acceptable. Hope that helps! ...Read more
Why did they stop the HIDA scan (without CCK) before testing the ejection fraction? Can't that be a problem of its own?
Yes: Did they have CCk? It is not generally available. Have to substitute standardized fatty meal. Otherwise results are equivocal. Sometimes clinicians will not use CCK if suspect acute obstruction of biliary system or if no activity is in gall bladder. Should ask institiution performing the test for explanation. CCK or fatty meal substitute gives indication of gall bladder function. ...Read more
What is likelyhood of GB removal with 0% ejection fraction after 30 mins. And 10% after 60 mins from HIDA scan? Are there any alternatives to removal?
Avoiding fatty food: Gall bladder ejection fraction of 0% is the lowest you can have. Normal ef is above 35%. The gall bladder is usually best removed for relief of symptoms. Avoiding fatty foods and watching diet may help symptoms for limited amount of time. If chronic gb disease suffer chronic pain. Acute chiolecystiitis iusually associataed with gall stones often is surgiical emergency. ...Read more
I'm constantly nauseated when I eat! Is it because my gallbladder is only functioning 15%? Had hida scan which showed ejection fraction of 15%
Doctor ordered a HIDA scan without ejection fraction. What's the point if I won't see gallbladder ejection fraction?
Rule out Acute Chole:
The doctor ordered it to make sure your cystic duct is open and you do not have an Acute Cholecystitis,
a common bile duct or small bowel obstruction. You stated that you have Gilbert's disease. Thus the doctor may also want to see if you have acute hepatocellular disease.
The Ejection fraction will tell him if you do or do not
have chronic cholecystitis. ...Read more
If the body doesn't produce cholecystokinin (for some reason), wouldn't the ejection fraction part of a hida scan produce a false negative?
CCK is injected:
For a hida scan the cck is given by IV injection: sincalide (cck) pretreatment is a c-terminal octapeptide of cholecystokinin (cck), in doses of 0.01–0.02 μg/kg, may be given intravenously, 30–60 min prior to the hepatobiliary tracer injection to minimize the
potential for a false-positive study (reference: http://interactive. Snm. Org/docs/pg_ch11_0703.Pdf) see guideline for more information.
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My HIDA scan showed my gallbladder had a 6%ejection fraction. Should my gallbladder be removed? Also intermittent pain and pale stools
Your hida scan is abnormal, with a low ejection fraction and reproduction of symptoms with the cck injection. What does this mean in layman's terms?
Gallbladder not work:
That mean your gallbladder is not working as good as it suppose to be
if you have symptoms of gallbladder colic consider medical treatment first if it did not work based on your symptoms make sure you do not have other upper digestive problems like ulcer or reflux or irritable bowel syndrome
your last solution should be surgery do not jump to surgery too fast your doctor will advise you. ...Read more
Pain in right upper quadrant. Went for HIDA SCAN shows gb ejection fraction of 32 percent being 35% is norm should I have surgery vs natural care?
You are 39 yrs old: Please try dietary restrictions, as well as lower fat and healthier lifestyle. If despite these efforts your pain continues, there are medications that might help. Surgery should be your last recourse, unless it gets infected, in which case you might need surgery sooner rather than later. Good health to you ...Read more
I'm a 31 year old male, had a HIDA scan on my gallbladder, my ejection fraction results were 13.7%. What am I looking at in terms of treatment?
Will a hida scan show if gallbladder is acute vs chronic. My ejection fraction 7%. Pain even when not eating. Some nausea. Vomited x1?
It does: In acute chokecystitis, the hida scan will typically show obstruction of the cystic duct (the duct to the gallbladder) this results in a nonviualized gallbladder. In chronic cholecystitis the gallbladder can be seen, meaning the duct is open. A stimulant is then given and the ability of the gallbladder to empty is measured. 50-75% ejection is normal. Less than 25% is considered dysfunctional. ...Read more
Had a hida scan with cck one week ago. Ejection fraction 15%. Developed itching under my skin since the test. Is this an allergic reaction?
Possible: Could be manafestation of biliary disease also. ...Read more
Hida scan showed gallbladder ejection fraction 33.4%. No stones but have constant pain x 2weeks and unable to eat. What is the likelihood of surgery?
What does early homogeneous uptake of isotope within liver on a hida scan. Is this ok? Also saod depressed gallbladder ejection fraction 10%
Normal: A hida scan is a gallbladder function test. The first medication is able to be followed as it goes through. The first thing seen is uptake by the liver. The liver takes the isotope out of the blood and dumps it in the bile. Once we see it in the gallbladder and bowel a 2nd med is given to tell the gb to work. The 10% is a decreased function of your gall bladder. Should be 50% +. See surgeon. ...Read more
Hida scan looks normal with ejection at 87% but with moderate bile reflux. What is that and is the ejection rate high?
Bile reflux: Hida scan uses isotope injected intravenously then extracted from bloodstream by liver excreted through bile ducts, stored in gb eventually into duodeum. Duodenogastric Redux is bile going from duodenum back into stomach, sometimes causing bile gastritis. 83% high ejection fraction in some patients reported to cause symptoms releived by gb removal. Additional studies needed. ...Read more
Normal abd sono, hida scan with ejection fracture of 46% lots of middle back pain, sick after greasy or fried good, would this qualify for lab chole?
If this has been going on for a long time and all medical treatment failed, it think it is consideration, .
I had many patientswith this same senario and I did lap chole, some path reports came normal but the patient was symptom free. Other path reports came with cholosterosis, or tiny stones. ...Read more
My hida scan had a 1st ejection rate of 12% with 1.2mcg of cck, then they ran it again at 2.4mcg and the 2nd was 46%. Which is the correct reading?
Depends on weight: Underdosed on first exam 1.2 mcg of CCK administered for 60 kg patient (about 132 lbs), second dose for 120 kg (264 lb patient. Normal dose is. 02 mcg/kg. Should be admnistered very slowly intravenously. ...Read more
My hida scan had a first ejection rate of 12% then they doubled the cck dose and ran it again and the second was 46%. Which is the "correct" reading?
What is the Correct?: Odd exam. There is a shortage of cck, did they use a lower then normal dose the first time. The gb ef is not normally dose dependent if used appropriately. I believe that the 45% gbef is probably the correct measure. ...Read more
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