Last May-2010 I had a CT scan of my abdomen and, it was found six subcentimeter areas of hypoattenuation in the liver. Each is nonspecific. There is a small left upper quadrant splenule... Only in December-2010 my doctor sent me for an ultrasound because I asked him. The ultrasound came back negative, not showing anything. In the mean time I have constant pain on my right side under my rib cage, going to my back. I feel tired all the time and don't feel like eating at all. When I do eat I don't feel well. My father had liver cancer and my mother colon cancer. Could this six areas of hypoattenuation in my liver be cancer?
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