Management of Incidentally Detected Gallbladder Polyps: Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound Consensus Conference Recommendations. Radiology Kamaya, A., Fung, C., Szpakowski, J., Fetzer, D. T., Walsh, A. J., Alimi, Y., Bingham, D. B., Corwin, M. T., Dahiya, N., Gabriel, H., Park, W. G., Porembka, M. R., Rodgers, S. K., Tublin, M. E., Yuan, X., Zhang, Y., Middleton, W. D. 2022: 213079


Gallbladder polyps (also known as polypoid lesions of the gallbladder) are a common incidental finding. The vast majority of gallbladder polyps smaller than 10 mm are not true neoplastic polyps but are benign cholesterol polyps with no inherent risk of malignancy. In addition, recent studies have shown that the overall risk of gallbladder cancer is not increased in patients with small gallbladder polyps, calling into question the rationale for frequent and prolonged follow-up of these common lesions. In 2021, a Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound, or SRU, consensus conference was convened to provide recommendations for the management of incidentally detected gallbladder polyps at US. See also the editorial by Sidhu and Rafailidis in this issue.

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