Bookmark and Share
Click 52-year-old male patient with dropped gallstones. Axial contrast enhanced (IV) CT images of the abdomen and pelvis show absent gallbladder. Subhepatic rim-enhancing abscess collection extending to right anterior abdominal wall. The right kidney is anteriorly displaced. Tiny hyperdense foci are noted within the inferior portion of the collection suggestive of dropped gallstones related to prior laparoscopic cholecystectomy. The liver is unremarkable. (Technique: KVp=120; mA=240; Slice Thickness=5.00 mm; Dose of intravenous contrast: Iopamiro 370, 70ml)

Click 52-year-old male patient with dropped gallstones. Axial contrast enhanced (IV) CT images of the abdomen and pelvis show a Grollman catheter within the subhepatic abscess collection. The size of the collection is small as compared with image stack 1. Tiny hyperdense foci are noted within the inferior portion of the collection suggestive of dropped gallstones related to prior laparoscopic cholecystectomy. (Technique: KVp=120; mA=340; Slice Thickness=5.00 mm; Dose of intravenous contrast: Iopamiro 370, 70ml)