GAMUT G-110
ENLARGED GALLBLADDER (Ultrasound, CT, MRI)


COMMON
1. Acute cholecystitis with cholelithiasis causing obstruction of cystic or common duct 
2. Diabetes
3. Drugs (eg, anticholinergics; narcotics)
4. Hydrops; empyema
5. Hyperalimentation
6. Neoplasm arising in head of pancreas, ampulla of Vater, or lower common bile duct (Courvoisier gallbladder)
7. Pancreatitis obstructing Vaterian segment
8. Postvagotomy; postsurgical
9. Pregnancy
10. Prolonged fasting


UNCOMMON
1. Acromegaly
2. AIDS-related cholangiopathy (cytomegalovirus; Cryptosporidium)
3. Alcoholism
4. Bedridden patient with chronic illness
5. Chagas' disease
6. Hematoma 
7. Kawasaki S. (mucocutaneous lymph node S.)
8. Leptospirosis
9. Mucocele
10. Normal variant





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