40-year-old female. Adiposity. Recurrent right hypochondrial colicky
pain. Gall stones in ultrasound.
- Extensive thickening of wall (normally, the gall bladder wall
is 1 cm thick) due to fibrosis and oedema.
- Massive hyperaemia and oedema with numerous distended vessels
and dense inflammatory infiltrates consisting of lymphocytes, plasma
cells, xanthoma cells, and rather few neutrophilic granulocytes.