The common bile duct is dilated, with a maximum diameter of 12 mm. There are multiple small gallstones in the gallbladder. The walls of the gallbladder appear normal, and there is no pericholecystic fluid. The liver, pancreas and spleen appear normal.
Contrast CT Abdomen
The common bile duct is markedly dilated, with a maximum diameter of 13 mm. There are several gallstones in the distal common bile duct, as well as multiple small gallstones in the gallbladder. There is diffuse inhomogeneous enhancement of the liver parenchyma surrounding the bile ducts.