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My wife suffers from severe pain in the upper right quadrant of her abdomin. She was hospitalized and subjected to a CT Scan, ultrasound, MRCP, Xray, and several blood tests. All results were negative. She has Cirrhosis but the Doctors don't see were that is the source of the pain. They frequently stated that her Gall Bladder is enlarged but aren't zeroing in on that either. The pain is exacerbated when she breaths in. Anyone with an idea?

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gall bladder - pain caused without stones.  The inflammation is painful.  Have a HIDA scan done. 

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