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Acute Symptomatic Cholecystitis | Dx by: Laparascopic Surgery

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MedPix™ Image:29001 | 18 y.o. girl | Contributor/Source: Barbara Wolfson, MD |
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MedPix™ 29001 Image Title: Acute Cholecystitis
Plane: Longitudinal :: Modality: US - Ultrasound || ACR Codes: 7.2
The gallbladder is shown as an anechoic region (black), with good through transmission and a strong (bright white) sound reflection from the "back wall" . The gallstone (cholelithiasis) is seen in the dependent (lower) portion, lying against the gallbladder wall. The stone shows "shadowing" - reduced echo signals distal to the hyperechoic gallstone.
Case Diagnosis: Acute Symptomatic Cholecystitis :: By: Laparascopic Surgery

Original Source: Barbara Wolfson, MD
Submitted by: Jamie M Elifritz - Click for Author Information
Affiliation: Childrens Hospital of Dayton, OH
Approved By: Dawn E Light - Click for Editor Information
Affiliation: Childrens Hospital of Dayton, OH
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