cholecystography


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cholecystography

(ˌkɒlɪsɪsˈtɒɡrəfɪ)
n
(Medicine) med radiography of the gall bladder after administration of a contrast medium
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cho·le·cys·tog·ra·phy

n. colecistografía, rayos-x de la vesícula biliar usando un medio radioopaco.
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The hyperplasia of the mucosa and muscle layer of the gallbladder results in wall thickening, decreasing in size, and rising pressure, which can be revealed on cholecystography, especially after fat saturation.
Demonstration of high prevalence and early onset by cholecystography. N Engl J Med 1970; 283 (25):1358-64.
Biliary microlithiasis and crystals, which are not imaged by conventional ultrasonography or cholecystography, contribute to SO dysfunction [19].
Mittelstaedt, "Gray scale ultrasonic cholecystography: a comparison with conventional radiographic techniques," Radiology, vol.
First described with the help of cholecystokinin cholecystography, (29-32) it remains a highly debated and evolving entity.
Before the advent of oral cholecystography in the 1920s, biliary disease was a clinical diagnosis confirmed by examination of the excised gallbladder.