Normal hida scan images

Normal HIDA scan performed with 75 MBq of Tc-99m DISIDA given intravenously, with imaging commenced at 1 hr and an oral fat-rich meal given to stimulate gallbladder contraction. Radiotracer activity in the gallbladder is measured over time as the gallbladder empties through the cystic duct, allowing gallbladder function to be assessed.

What you should know about the HIDA scan?

Here’s what to expect at your HIDA scan: An imaging technician will instruct you to lie back on a table and stay very still. The technician will put an IV ( intravenous) needle into a vein in your arm or hand. The technician will inject a radioactive tracer into the IV so it enters your vein. More items…

How accurate is Hida test?

Yes. A hida scan is used to evaluate for acute cholecystitis with an overall accuracy of 98% (pain or not)…Although it would be very unusual to have acute cholecystitis without pain. However, it can happen if someone has diabetes, is on steroids or other pain medications. Not always. Do not necessarily have to have symptoms during test.

Who performs a HIDA scan?

A doctor may perform a HIDA scan with CCK if he or she suspects that a patient has a biliary tract disorder.

Can a HIDA scan be painful?

Other common symptoms can include, nausea, burping, diarrhea, pale bowel movements, stomach noise, pain under the right ribs, pain under the left ribs, generalized pain in the back, pain in the right shoulder, etc. Generally the HIDA scan test does not hurt.

Why do I need a HIDA scan?

A hepatobiliary iminodiacetic acid (HIDA) scan is a test to show how your liver and gallbladder are working. This test is also called cholescintigraphy. Why may I need a HIDA scan? You may need a HIDA scan if you have symptoms of gallbladder or liver problems. Examples include abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, fever, or yellow skin or eyes.

What is a Hida test?

A HIDA scan is a useful test to help diagnose conditions in the liver, gallbladder, bile ducts, and small intestine. It involves tracking a radioactive tracer’s movement as it moves through the body’s bile system.

Can HIDA scan detect liver problems?

A hepatobiliary iminodiacetic acid (HIDA) scan is an imaging procedure used to diagnose problems of the liver, gallbladder and bile ducts. For a HIDA scan, also known as cholescintigraphy and hepatobiliary scintigraphy, a radioactive tracer is injected into a vein in your arm.

When do you need a HIDA scan?

You may need a HIDA scan if you have symptoms of gallbladder or liver problems. Examples include abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, fever, or yellow skin or eyes. You may also need HIDA scan before or after gallbladder or liver surgery. How do I prepare for a HIDA scan?