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hepatobiliary ultrasound

please help me to understand this...i done my hepatobiliary ultrasound and the result is.
THE LIVER IS NORMAL IN SIZE BUT SHOWS MILD INCREASED PARENCHYMAL ECHOGENICITY. NO FOCAL LESION SEEN.INTRAHEPATIC AND COMMON BILE DUCTS ARE NOT DILATED.CBD MEASURES 0.4CM. PORTAL VENOUS SYSTEM IS UNREMARKABLE.GALLBLADDER MEASURES 4.4X1.6CM.IT'S WALL IS NOT THICKENED.MULTIPLE ECHOGENIC STRUCTURE ARE NOTED ATTACHED TO THE WALL,THE LARGEST MEASURING 0.6CM.
    IMPRESSION;normal sized liver with mild fatty infiltration
                         normal sized gallbladder with cholesterolosis or mucosal polyps.    
  WHAT DOES IT MEAN?MY GALLBLADDER HAVE GALLSTONE AND I NEED TO GO TO A OPERATION.I NEED A URGENT ANSWER,THANK YOU IN ADVANCE.
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