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This is my ever post at any medical forum. This is reagrding my mother. We did a CT scan with the report as follows :
Point no. 3 :
Gall bladder is partially distended showing diffusely thickened wall and mild pericholecystic fat stranding. The common bile duct is dilated (measured ~ 13 mm in mild segment). Ad tiny calculus of size ~1mm is seen in distal CBD with surrounding soft tissue component.
[u]Impression : [/u]
CECT abdomen shows a tiny calculus with surrounding small soft tissue in the distal CBD causing mild dilatation of proximal CBD and IHBR. Mild diffuse GB wall thickening with surrounding fat stranding is seen ? cholecystitis.
[u]Advice:[/u] MRCO correlation
She is admitted in hospital for the last 10 days with no pain whatsoever. But while admitting , she was in great pain. They gave her a saline like bottle , I dont know what it was. And she was OK in some 2-3 hours and since then in last 10 days there is no pain what soever.
Whats your take on that ?
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