Longitudinal view of GB with dependent stone and posterior acoustic shadowing. Portal vein to left of screen. Normal wall thickness. (Annotated on right)
Longitudinal view of GB with dependent stone and dense posterior acoustic shadowing. GS in GB neck also with acoustic shadowing. Normal GB wall thickness.
Longitudinal view of GB, one large stone and smaller stones at the fungus, 1-2 stones in the GB neck. Thickened GB wall, GB wall oedema. Acute cholecystitis.
Longitudinal view of GB. Pericholecystic fluid.
Oblique view of GB, distended, pericholecystic fluid, Gb wall oedema.
Transverse view of the GB, thickened wall, dependent sludge (note sludge doesn't have acoustic shadowing). There is normal acoustic enhancement posterior to the GB.
Transverse view of the GB. Small and shrunken containing multiple stones. Thick walled. Sonographic Murphey's negative. Chronic cholecystitis.
GB in transverse containing gall stones. Very thick wall. Liver invasion and localise dilated hepatic bile ducts were also seen in this patient.
Adenomyomatosis GB fundus (localised GB wall thickening, comment tail artefacts, nil sonographic Murphey's sign)
CBD. Normal caliber
GB filled with stones, dilated CBD.