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Figure 1: (a) CECT of the abdomen's axial section showing gallbladder (white arrow) with large calculi with wall-thickening (b) CECT of the abdomen's axial section showing another gallbladder (red arrow), which is partially distended (c) CECT of the coronal section showing two separate gallbladders with calculi in the first gallbladder (white arrow) and second gallbladder (red arrow), which is partially distended without the calculi. Minimal pericholecystic fluid collection is also seen (d) CECT of the abdomen's sagittal section showing two separate gallbladders with the first gallbladder with calculi (white arrow) and the second gallbladder (red arrow)

Figure 1: (a) CECT of the abdomen's axial section showing gallbladder (white arrow) with large calculi with wall-thickening (b) CECT of the abdomen's axial section showing another gallbladder (red arrow), which is partially distended (c) CECT of the coronal section showing two separate gallbladders with calculi in the first gallbladder (white arrow) and second gallbladder (red arrow), which is partially distended without the calculi. Minimal pericholecystic fluid collection is also seen (d) CECT of the abdomen's sagittal section showing two separate gallbladders with the first gallbladder with calculi (white arrow) and the second gallbladder (red arrow)