I just recently had an hide-a-scan done on my gallbladder (Isotope cholangiogram and gallbaldder ejection fraction) I have had chronic abdomen pain for over 10 years upper left under rib. After the test the finding where as written on the report: There is good clearance of tracer activity by liver parenchyma. Liver size normal. There is a relatively prominent left liver lobe which extends under the left hemidiaphragm. Gallbladder and bile ducts visible at 10 minutes. Small-bowel activity at 45 minutes. My question is what does A RELATIVELY PROMINENT LEFT LIVER LOBE mean? Could that be causing my chronic pain?
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