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Gallstone in gallbladder
On the first report I have gall stone of 7 mm.after 1 month i did ultra sound the result is gallbladder contracted with evidence of calcification of filling entire lumen. What are the treatment I need to take for this.
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Dr. Sandeep Prasad
GastroIntestinal Surgery 2 yrs exp Kolkata
Pls mention again why did u underwent for USG , whether it was due to pain in abdomen in right upper quadrant or whether it was a incidental finding , calcification of GB or porcelain gall bladder might be a premalignant occurrence , so better go for laparoscopic cholecystectomy asap Get well soon :)
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Dr. Vinay Kumaran
GastroIntestinal Surgeon 24 yrs exp Delhi
Calcification of the Gall bladder is more troublesome than just a stone. It would be safer to have the Gall bladder removed.
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