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A 45-year-old obese female presents with a 2-day history of nausea, vomiting, and
abdominal pain. On examination the patient has right upper quadrant pain. You
suspect cholecystitis so you order a right upper quadrant ultrasound. The test is
equivocal. What is your next step in management?


CT scan






oh! HIDA


HIDAsmiling face


YEY!grin Thanks...more pls wink


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cholecystectomy lecture.

Very enlighting lecture form the experts' instute.


ERCP which is both diagnostic and therapeutic.




oppss no, as upto date says is HIDA not ERCP

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