i got abdomial (abdominal) pain 4/10 intermitent for the past 2 months mainly periumbilical and umbilicall dull sometime burning and cramping,it is usually after 20 to 30 minutes after eating ,ocaccionaly goes to the pelvis and posteriorly ,bloating ,fullnees ,gases .not diarrhea or significant constipation,not nausea or vomitus good appetive ,minimal lost of weight 4 pound in 2 months
history of malabsorcion syndrome in the past ,quick smoking 6 months ago and drinking most of the weekend 5 to 6 beer .
blod test normal HB 15.3 esr 1,LFT enzimes moderate increases but it has been like that before for the past 10 years
pancreatic enzimes normal range
CT scan abdomen and pelvis fat strading mesenteric and pericolic probably associated withleft inguinal hernia wich content omentum.not mass or adenopathy .liver fat infiltration.
colonoscopy completely negative
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