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Gallbladder polyp (cholesterol structure) generally take 3 to 6 months (0.5 to 1 cm in size) to dissolve, and the average monthly fat dissolution is about 15 to 25%; Blood test can be conducted every month to monitor the improvement of triglyceride, cholesterol and other indicators; Ultrasonic scanning was performed every 3 months.
Gallbladder polyp is the bulge of gallbladder mucosa and protrudes into the gallbladder cavity. The prevalence of gallbladder polyps in adults is estimated to be between 0.3% and 12.3%. However, only 5% of polyps are considered "real" gallbladder polyps, which means that they are malignant or have malignant potential. The main radiological method for diagnosing and monitoring gallbladder polyps is transabdominal ultrasonography. However, there is evidence that other examination methods such as endoscopic ultrasonography can improve the diagnostic accuracy. These issues will be discussed in turn during this review. Current guidelines recommend cholecystectomy for gallbladder polyps larger than or equal to 10 mm, but this threshold will be reduced when other risk factors are determined. The quality of evidence behind this approach is relatively low.
The gaps in available evidence supporting current guidelines for the treatment of gallbladder polyps are outlined above. Taus is the main method of radiographic examination of gallbladder polyps. EUS and hrus have shown some prospects as adjuncts to tau, but more work is needed to evaluate the exact role and types of polyps to provide diagnostic accuracy. Although polyps of 10 mm and above are more likely to be true polyps, the criterion will omit a large number of true polyps lower than the threshold, and cholecystectomy will be unnecessary when the false polyps are greater than 10 mm. Taking the above risk factors into account to reduce the threshold of cholecystectomy will undoubtedly reduce the number of missed polyps below 10 mm, but cholecystectomy will also be performed when not needed. No studies have been conducted to assess the impact of following these guidelines, so a larger retrospective and prospective case series is needed to assess the success rate of gallbladder polyps treated according to current guidelines. (1)
High fat and cholesterol foods must be avoided and eaten less
Be sure to eat breakfast
Drink plenty of boiled water, 2 liters a day
Eat more dietary fiber food
Get rid of the night snack habit
Go to bed early and get up early. Don't stay up late
Try to eat less fried and roasted food
Do not eat rich iron foods such as animal liver and blood
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McCain RS, Diamond A, Jones C, Coleman HG. Current practices and future prospects for the management of gallbladder polyps: A topical review. World J Gastroenterol. 2018;24(26):2844-2852. doi:10.3748/wjg.v24.i26.2844