Yesterday's CT was normal. Today's B-ultrasound was done. The following is the location of pain and B-ultrasound map. I would like to ask whether this position is cholecystitis, but also do not continue to do the examination
The position you are referring to is the gallbladder area. Another color Doppler ultrasound you checked indicates that the gallbladder wall is rough, which indicates chronic cholecystitis. Another is that gallbladder polyps can also induce cholecystitis. The pain caused by cholecystitis is often accompanied by back pain, nausea, loss of appetite and so on. Check again and do abdominal CT. It is suggested that infusion treatment should be carried out for one week. During this period, do not eat spicy and greasy food to keep your mood comfortable.
The discomfort of this part has a certain relationship with cholecystitis. Pay attention to diet, don't eat greasy food, try to eat regularly, and don't overeat can help to improve the overall symptoms. If necessary, you can go to the hospital for review.
Hello, the location of the gallbladder is at the upper right of the navel. In this case, there will be pain. The results of your examination are related to gallbladder inflammation and polyps. Don't eat some greasy food at ordinary times. Eat less light food. You can actively cooperate with oral drugs for treatment. Improve and promote symptom recovery.