Acute hemorrhage into the gallbladder diagnosed by computed tomography and ultrasonography

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  • Hemorrhage into the gallbladder occurs rarely and may result from gangrenous cholecystitis, cystic artery aneurysm, or varicose veins in the gallbladder wall. A definitive diagnosis of intraluminal gallbladder hemorrhage is possible with computed tomography. © 1980 Raven Press, New York.
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  • Berland LL; Doust BD; Foley D
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  • 260
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  • 262
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  • 4
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  • 2