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Gall bladder stones - special pattern
Gall bladder stones Gall bladder stones
Retrograde imaging of the gall bladder. The signs of cholecystolihiasis - namely areas of low contrast are visible.
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Retrograde imaging of the gall bladder. In the gall bladder many small stones with clear cut margins are lying close together.
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Scarred gall bladder with stone Monolithiasis of the gall bladder
Scarred gall bladder with stone Monolithiasis of the gall bladder
Retrograde imaging of the gall bladder. Around a central witish area very little contrast medium is retained. This corresponds to a stone filling the whole intravesical space of a tiny, scarred gall bladder, which is due to recurrent infflammations.
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Middle size stone in the body of the gall bladder.
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Multiple huge stones
Multiple huge stones Gall bladder filled with huge stones. The stones fill up the whole intravesical space.
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