Nuclear Medicine Hepatobiliary Scan

Nuclear Medicine Hepatobiliary Scan

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Caption: colour-enhanced nuclear medicine hepatobiliary scan, showing the appearance of acute cholecystitis caused by cystic duct obstruction. Blockage most often results from a gallstone (calculous). This case shows prompt uptake of the radiopharmaceutical in the liver, with normal appearance of the central biliary ducts and the common duct but no appearance of the gallbladder up to 2 hours after the intravenous injection of the isotope. There is normal passage of the isotope into the small bowel.

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