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Hepatobiliary iminodiacetic acid (HIDA) scan: What does it tell you?
@jfperrone, I will be interested to hear what you learn from your doctor at your followup appointment next week. Please report back.
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The Doc said (tongue in cheek) either you have no gall bladder or there is a blockage preventing the test fluid from entering. I said but I have no pain, what now. His response was "do nothing". I am not satisfied with this response. He said if you have another attack call me.
I am thinking second opinion. I would like to know other opinions, if any. Maybe do nothing is the right answer. Is there further testing that might be more revealing?
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