cholecystogram


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Related to cholecystogram: cholecystography
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cho·le·cys·to·gram

n. colecistograma, radiografía de la vesícula biliar.
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One of the earliest studies suggesting gallbladder polyps as a cause for acute pancreatitis described a patient with recurrent attacks of pancreatitis in whom cholecystogram was normal.
On day seven of her admission, a fluoroscopic cholecystogram revealed multiple gallstones with a 12 mm obstructing calculus in the cystic duct.
An intra-operative cholecystogram was performed that showed unequivocal obstruction of the terminal common bile duct (CBD).
The second is an oral cholecystogram (OCG), in which an X-ray of a dye-filled gallbladder is taken after the patient swallows dye-containing pills.
The history of biliary tract imaging began with Graham and Cole,[1] who performed the first cholecystogram in 1924.
Related diagnostic tests included ova and parasites, stool cultures, fecal leukocytes, fecal fat, sedimentation rate, chemistry panel, oral cholecystogram, gallbladder ultrasonography, and gastrointestinal radiography, all of which were negative.