Case 6

An 34-year-old female presents with vomiting for the past two weeks, and required analgesia for RUQ pain at triage. On your assessment, you note that the patient DOES have a positive sonographic Murphy’s sign.


1. Are there gallstones present?


2. Is there wall thickening? (>3mm)


3. Is there any pericholecystic fluid present?


4. What is your sonographic interpretation of the case?