Diagnostic Tests for Gall bladder symptoms
Diagnostic Test list for Gall bladder symptoms:
The list of diagnostic tests
mentioned in various sources as
used in the diagnosis of Gall bladder symptoms
- Physical examination
- Temperature (may suggest acute cholecystitis or acute cholangitis)
- Inspect for jaundice (suggests gallstones in the common bile duct, cancer of the bile ducts, cholangitis or post-surgical biliary stricture)
- Abdominal examination looking for tenderness in the right upper abdomen and occasionally a palpable gallbladder
- Blood tests
- Full blood count
- Serum Bilirubin and liver function tests
- Urine tests
- Radiological tests
- Gallbladder ultrasound
- Liver ultrasound or CT scan to detect dilated bile ducts if suspect obstruction of the bile ducts
- Oral Cholecystogram, if the results of the gallbladder ultrasound are uncertain
- ERCP, if still suspect gallstones and gallbladder ultrasound and oral Cholecystogram are normal
- Chest X-Ray may be required to rule out heart and lung disease
- ECG may be required to rule out heart disease
Home Diagnostic Testing
These home medical tests may be relevant to Gall bladder symptoms causes:
- Food Allergies & Intolerances: Home Testing:
- Digestive-Related Home Testing:
Conditions listing medical symptoms: Gall bladder symptoms:
The following list of conditions
have 'Gall bladder symptoms' or similar
listed as a symptom in our database.
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Conditions listing medical complications: Gall bladder symptoms:
The following list of medical conditions have 'Gall bladder symptoms'
or similar listed as a medical complication in our database.
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