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Ultrasound of patients with small gallbladder polyps
Gallbladder polyps are lesion protruding into the lumen from the gallbladder wall. Gallbladder polyps are common ultrasound findings. The prevalence has been reported up to approximately 5 %   but also reported higher .
15 June 2021 (online)
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