Vicarious contrast material excretion
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High density material in the gallbladder.
This contrast-enhanced axial CT cut demonstrates opacification of the gallbladder lumen, that mostly represents vicarious excretion of contrast into the gallbladder. The rest of the study and the patient's data are unavailable.
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