ABDOMINAL ULTRASOUND AND E PELVIENN
A 1'étage Abdominal hyperechoic liver steatotic without visible nodule.
Gallbladder wall yardstick fine, it does not contain stones.
The pancreas is steatotic nodule but not visible.
No an0malie right and left kidney, absence of splenomegaly.
Absence of peritoneal effusion.
I live in france so i have translated this , i have been having a dull ache arond my back on the lower part of the ribs on the right (my husband has the same ache and was told he needs his gallbladder out) anyhow looking at the results below what you suggest for me .
A pelvic 1'étage: bladder unremarkable.
No visible pathological mass (history of hyste'rect0mie).
Slight hyperechoic liver steatotic.
No abnormality except a slight pancreatic steatosis.
Gallbladder without particularity.
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