Our expert says:
a diseased gall bladder will show a thickened wall, usually stones in the gallbladder because it does not contract as it should, enlargement. If it also gets inflamed it will be tender and you may have fever and chills. We usually test with sonar only. CRP elevation usually indicates inflammation or infection.
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