EURORAD ESR

Case 1150

Acute emphysematous cholecystitis

Author(s)
S. Cakirer (1), K. Demir (2), M. Beser (3)
 
Patient
male, 64 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    Computed tomography pictures
     

    CT picture reveals plenty of gas within the gall bladder wall (circumferential)(arrowheads), associated with pericystic fluid collection (arrows).

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Computed tomography pictures;

    CT picture at a lower level reveals plenty of gas within the gall bladder wall (circumferential)(arrowheads) and lumen (superior gas bubble) (short arrow), associated with pericystic and posteromedial perihepatic...

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Computed tomography pictures;

    CT picture at a lower level reveals plenty of gas within the gall bladder wall (circumferential)(arrowheads) and lumen (gas-fluid level)(long arrows), associated with pericystic and periflexural fluid collection...

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Computed tomography pictures;

    CT picture at a lower level reveals plenty of gas within the gall bladder wall and lumen (arrows), and a hyperdense nodular image (arrowhead) at the posterior lumen of gall bladder (surgically proven to be blood...

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Computed tomography pictures;
     
     
CT picture reveals plenty of gas within the gall bladder wall (circumferential)(arrowheads), associated with pericystic fluid collection (arrows).
 
CT picture at a lower level reveals plenty of gas within the gall bladder wall (circumferential)(arrowheads) and lumen (superior gas bubble) (short arrow), associated with pericystic and posteromedial perihepatic fluid collection (long arows)(Stage 2 AEC).
 
CT picture at a lower level reveals plenty of gas within the gall bladder wall (circumferential)(arrowheads) and lumen (gas-fluid level)(long arrows), associated with pericystic and periflexural fluid collection (short arrows).
 
CT picture at a lower level reveals plenty of gas within the gall bladder wall and lumen (arrows), and a hyperdense nodular image (arrowhead) at the posterior lumen of gall bladder (surgically proven to be blood coagulum).
 
 
 
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