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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.2 Gallbladder and bile ducts
Case 1.2.1 Gallbladder
Gallstones


Retained gallstones perihepatic after a rupture of the gallbladder during an endoscopic cholecystectomy

Retained gallstones perihepatic
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Retained gallstones perihepatic
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Retained gallstones perihepatic
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Normal common bile duct
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CT scan
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CT scan
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There is also a retained gallstone in the percutaneous cholecystectomy channel

Retained gallstone in the percutaneous cholecystectomy channel
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Retained gallstone in the percutaneous cholecystectomy channel
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Retained gallstone in the percutaneous cholecystectomy channel CT scan
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The same patient some time later developed an air and fluid filled perihepatic abscess

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The same patient some time later developed an air and fluid filled perihepatic abscess - CT

Retained gallstone and perihepatic abscess
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Retained gallstone and perihepatic abscess
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