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The Journal of Internal Korean Medicine 2004;25(2): 329-334.
假性膽囊腫物을 동반한 腹痛환자 1例 報告
김봉석, 임희용, 오중한, 김동우, 최빈혜, 박송기, 변준석
대구한의대학교 한의과대학 비계내과학 교실
A Case Report of Abdominal Pain with Pseudo-mass of the Gallbladder treated by Oriental Internal Medicine
Bong-Suk Kim, Hee-Yong Lim, Jung-Han Oh, Dong Woo Kim, Bin-Hye Choi, Song-ki Park, Joon-Seok Byun
Department of Internal Medicine, College of Oriental Medicine, DaeguHanny University, Daegu, Korea.
Correspondence  Bong-Suk Kim ,Tel: 053-770-2177, Email: qnfakd@freechal.com
Received: March 29, 2004,   Accepted: April 19, 2004,   Published online: June 30, 2004.
There are different kinds of the pseudo-mass of the gallbladder(GB) such as GB stones, GB polyps, GB sludge. and these can be differentiated by simple-ultrasonogram(USG). The most common symptoms of GB polyps are abdominal pain(RUQ), dyspepsia, jaundice, but usually there are no symptoms. GB polyps are commonly treated with a cholecystectomy if 10 mm or more in diameter. Pseudo-mass of the GB is regarded as products of stagnation of the Liver Ki in Oriental Medicine. The patient suffered from mild fever, abdominal pain(RUQ), and jaundice. He was diagnosed with a GB polyp(10 mm), liver cyst(12 mm) by simple USG. We treated him with Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine(Hoinsamgum-tang). After three days of treatment, the symptoms improved, and after one month the GB polyp was removed on the follow up of USG.
Key words: Pseudo-mass of the gallbladder, GB polyp, Abdominal pain
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