radRounds Radiology Network

Connecting Radiology | Enabling collaboration and professional development

Young women undergoing liver MR after routine gallbladder US for upper abdominal pain. It's tricky to read...all slices (except A1) are at two levels.

Sequence weightings:
A1 (T2 fs/T2)
A2 (T1 GE)
A3 (T1 GE fs)
A4 (T1 GE fs CE arterial)
A5 (T1 GE fs CE venous)
A6 (T1 GE fs CE arterial SUBTRACTION)
A7 (T1 GE fs CE venous SUBTRACTION)

For a correct diagnosis you MUST describe: content of the gallbladder, eventual formations in the gallbladder, differential diagnosis.

First to give the correct answere is going to win a prize...

Views: 259


You need to be a member of radRounds Radiology Network to add comments!

Join radRounds Radiology Network

Comment by FAROOQ RASOOL CHAUDHRY on January 10, 2010 at 12:18pm
can u add on ultrasound pictures too.
Comment by Nixon Cevallos on July 12, 2009 at 12:33pm
Comment by shivani on December 26, 2008 at 1:30am
looks like a gall bladder polyp/calculus with cholecystitis and likely intraluminal lyme/fat.
Comment by Michele Anzidei on October 14, 2008 at 12:02pm
for saeed rad: mmmh...no ascaris at all !

for karthikeyan D: good for the bleeding...but it is not endometriosis !

Suggestion: the answer is in A6-A7 slices
Comment by karthikeyan D on October 14, 2008 at 12:58am
hi michele,
i will hazard a guess of endometriosis with bleed based on the clinical histroy and signal intensity .
Comment by saeed rad on October 14, 2008 at 12:55am
Is it an ascaris lumbricoid in the gall-bladder?

Sponsor Ad

© 2024   Created by radRounds Radiology Network.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service