Is gallblader polyp that is less than 4 mm considered a normal finding if found on abdomen ultrasound? If no, at what (mm) size it is considered normal

Not quite abnormal. Gallbladder polyps are relatively frequent, seen in up to 5% of the population. Over 90% are benign, and the majority are cholesterol polyps - adenomyomatosis is a benign condition characterized by benign hyperplastic changes with an overgrowth of the mucosa, . Recommendations as to follow-up of small polyps (.