All the information, all on the photos, is currently benign, but it may develop into malignant, do I need surgery now?Do you need to remove the gallbladder?
Hello, according to the description of the situation, middle-aged women with limited thickening of the bottom of the gallbladder, possibly due to inflammatory stimulation, resulting in edema thickening of the gallbladder wall, if there is no obvious symptoms of pain and discomfort in the right upper abdomen, you can dynamically observe and regularly review, usually take oral anti-inflammatory and biliary tablets, and observe for a period of time.If the mucous membrane at the bottom of the gallbladder is significantly elevated on review, surgery should be considered.
If there is a limited thickening of the gallbladder wall, it may be a symptom of cholecystitis, not necessarily gallbladder cancer. In this case, we can observe again and then decide whether to do surgery again, and do ultrasound or abdominal CT once every six months.
The actual situation that you describe is only a restricted, thickening of the bottom of the gallbladder, considering the possibility of cholecystitis, so it is recommended that the usual diet structure and mood need to pay attention to, at the same time, you can take some oral anti-inflammatory and bile tablets and antibiotics to effectively control the disease, generally after a month can be effectively cured, there is no need for surgery.