Elderly female with weight loss and vague abdominal pain. Surgery following CT.
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Gallbladder carcinoma is uncommon, with a poor prognosis. Five year survival is less than 5%.
It may present insidiously with weight loss or a palpable mass or with jaundice.
Large distended gallbladder, which is entirely occupied by a solid internal mass, with internal haemorrhage.
Histopathology confirmed the radiological suspicion of a gallbladder carcinoma