Calculo Conducto Cistico
Calculation Cystic Duct
Male patient, 86 years of age admitted for diffuse abdominal pain. The abdominal sonographic examination shows enlarged liver with presence of small nodular image, hyper-echogenic, compatible with the diagnosis of hepatic angioma, liver sample micro-nodular hypoechoic with widespread support decompensated chronic liver disease due to signs of pleural effusion right and ascites with increased diameter of the inferior vena cava. In the right lobe small solid, hyperechoic, compatible nodular image with Hepatic Angioma diagnosis is appreciated. Subcapsular and perivesicular ascites shown. The gallbladder looks almost fully occupied by fine lumps and shows presence of multiple images hyper echogenic support multiple cholelithiasis, one estimate is displayed in the gallbladder infundibulum and one in cystic duct, which looks enlarged and deformed. It concludes with the diagnosis of chronic liver disease Decompensated, Angioma Hepatic cholelithiasis and cholecystitis with multiple simulator set in Cystic duct. Given an analytic showing continuous increase in direct bilirubin, it was decided to operate, which is done despite the risks of the case, everything ends successfully and the patient was sent home in a few days.
|Grumos en Vesícula|
|Angioma & Derrame pleural Derecho|
|Grumos & Cálculos en Vesícula y Conducto Cístico|