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Clinic said to contact surgeon regarding Ultrasound Report- Cholecystosis of the Gallbladder- Adenomysosis of the Gallbladder
 
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Clinic said to contact surgeon regarding Ultrasound Report- Cholecystosis of the Gallbladder- Adenomysosis of the Gallbladder


I am a 49 male that visited a clinic this week because of persistent shortness of breath and pressure in my upper abdomen. A blood test showed an elevated level of 3.21ng/mL of CK-MB but the Troponin I was within normal limits so the test were inconclusive for a heart attack. They ordered an Echo Cardiogram and an Ultrasound. I am still waiting on the Echo Cardiogram but they called today and told me the Ultrasound showed multiple polyps throughout the walls of my Gallbladder and told me to see a surgeon. The report referred to the findings as clinically correlated to adenomyosis of the Gallbladder and correlated with chlecystosis with Rokitansky-Aschoff sinuses and polyps present. I have attached the report:
//www.curezone.org/upload/Liver_Gallbladder/Gallbladder_Surgery/Ultrasound.pdf

Anyone with any knowledge about the relationship of these findings or advice is appreciated.
 

 
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