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GALLBLADDER ECHOGENIC SESSILE POLYP 3.3 mm
Recently I have been diagnosed with GALLBLADDER ECHOGENIC SESSILE POLYP of 3.3 mm
PLease advise me further action to be taken.
Is it necesseary to get the gallbladder removed
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Hi there,
A gallstone polyp is usually a benign condition. It can occur in association with cholesterolosis. It can be associated with biliary pain. The size of the polyp usually is a predictive feature for malignancy. Polyps smaller than 5 mm are usually benign and asymptomatic patients do not need treatment. You may need repeat follow up with an ultrasound in 6 and 12 months. Do clarify your doubts with your doctor. Keep me posted on how you are doing.
Best wishes and kind regards!
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What is an echogenic foci in the gall bladder?  

Thank you
Sue
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