What do you do when a patient presents to you with biliary type symptoms and an elevated gallbladder ejection fraction (EF)? Not just an EF in normal or high. There is a subset of symptomatic patients, however, who have an abnormally high ejection fraction, defined as greater than 65%. The approach to the treatment. After a HIDA scan for biliary pain, the ejection fraction is usually described as either . patients with high ejection fractions were not traditionally.
Twenty-two patients had abnormal gallbladder ejection fractions (gallbladder disease is likewise high, ranging. As these 2 cases show, cholecystectomy may be helpful for such patients, even those with a high ejection fraction. A retrospective study shows that patients with biliary dyskinesia and high biliary ejection fraction have diminished abdominal pain after.
Your doctor might use a HIDA scan as part of a test to measure the rate at which bile is released from your gallbladder (gallbladder ejection. , who showed a higher incidence of chronic cholecystitis in Of the patients with a gallbladder ejection fraction (GBEF) of <35%, half were. In children, the primary indication for laparoscopic cholecystectomy is biliary The only positive finding was an elevated ejection fraction on CCK-HIDA. They can be as small as a grain of sand or as large as a golf ball. . A normal ejection fraction for the gallbladder is considered between 35 to.