I had this scan done for the reason as i am having very sore back pain under my ribs on the right side , my doc thought it was just muscle but none of the tablet worked , i have had this now for 6 weeks do you think i need my gallbladder out , i live in france and have seen the consultant who says to have it removed , i am not sure !
Presence of a gallstone of 10mm diameter in the gallbladder.
Vesicle also contains a few particles thick (thick bile) and 1a wall
appears slightly thickened. I1 is however no pain in passing the
The liver is homogeneous, unremarkable.
The right kidney shows a slight hypotonia pelvis but there are no stones
The left kidney is the seat of a hyperechoic mass 3cm in diameter the third
means, i1 is probably a angiomyolipoma However in view of
its size, a complement scanner appears indicated.
In e'tage pelvic morphologically normal bladder.
Prostate volume was 19cc okay.
No identifiable pelvic mass.
For the record, pancreas of normal appearance.
Gallbladder with stones pathological aspect of 10mm and a little bile
Left renal mass 3cm in diameter requiring investigations
Any structural abnormalities of the gall bladder like stones or polyps need surgical correction. The stones can chronically irritate the gall bladder wall and cause inflammation and pain. Also, this chronic irritation is a predisposing cause for gall bladder cancer. If the stone is placed in the neck of the gall bladder, it can cause retention of bile, with stasis and consequent infection. So, the best option would be to have an elective gall bladder removal.
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