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Gallbladder and Bile Duct System - Sonopathology - Chaper 14 Media Library

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Fig 14.1 Biliary sludge – echoic material (arrow) inside the gallbladder with no posterior shadowing
Fig 14.2 Biliary sludge – (arrows) - right anterior oblique section
Fig 14.3 Biliary sludge (arrows) - Orthostasis
Fig 14.4 “Tumor like” biliary sludge
Fig 14.5 Gallbladder stones – hyperechoic calculi (arrows) with posterior shadowing
Fig 14.6 Gallbladder stones (arrows)
Fig 14.7 Small stones (arrows), not posterior shadowing behind all stones
Fig 14.8 Gallbladder stones - shell sign (arrow)
Fig 14.9 A stone in the infundibulum of the gallbladder
Fig 14.10 Stone in the gallbladder infundibulum, the gallbladder is filled with sludge
Fig 14.11 Acute cholecystitis – thick wall, hyperechoic material in the gallbladder (arrow)
Fig 14.12 Acute cholecystitis – a thick wall with edema, gallbladder stones (arrows)
Fig 14.13 Acute cholecystitis – a thick wall with edema in transverse section with gallbladder stones (arrow)
Fig 14.14 Chronic cholecystitis – a shrunken gallbladder with thickening of the wall and calculus
Fig 14.15 Chronic cholecystitis
Fig 14.16 Gallbladder adenoma – round structure with the same echogenicity as the gallbladder wall, no posterior shadowing
Fig 14.17 Gallbladder carcinoma – A CEUS study, the tumor enhances after contrast, the arrow shows a stone
Fig 14.18 The various locations of gallbladder adenomyomatosis
Fig 14.19 Focal adenomyomatosis
Fig 14.20 Segmental adenomyomatosis
Fig 14.21 Dilated intrahepatic biliary ducts – the ”spider” appearance in the hilum
Fig 14.22 Choledocholithiasis (arrow) with dilated common bile duct
Fig 14.23 Intrahepatic lithiasis (arrow)
Fig 14.24 Choledocholithiasis (arrow) without dilatation of the biliary tract
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