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Hida Scan
An_246897 posted:
My fiance had a HIDA scan for her gall bladder done today. They told her it was a series of two injections. They did the first injection but they told her the 2nd injection wasn't needed. They found what they needed from the first injection. Is that good or bad?
_swank_ responded:
How would we know really? If they were looking for gallstones then they probably found them. Whether that's good or bad is a matter of perspective. Better than cancer certainly...

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