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Hydropic GB
Larger than 5 cm trans
Round in shape
Phrygian cap
When the GB fundus folds onto the body
4% of patients
Junctional Fold
A fold anywhere in the GB wall. Can be confused with polyps or calculi and cause high amplitude echoes
In the hepatoduodenal ligament:
Portal vein is ______
Bile duct is _______ and somewhat laterally positioned.
Proper hepatic artery is _______ and medial relative to the portal vein
Posterior
Anterior
Anterior
The most easily seen portion of the extrahepatic ductal system
Common hepatic duct
The CBD couses ______ as it descends
Posteriorly
The portal vein descends _____ to form the splenic and SMV
Anteriorly
The proper hepatic artery remains ______ as it gives off the GDA
Anterior
The GDA enters the ________ part of the pancreatic head
Anterior
Measurement of CBD
1 mm for every decade
If a CBD is variable in size, the most accurate measurement is in the:
Porta hepatis area