Recently had US ABD Complete and US ABD Retroperitoneal Complete for pain in the upper quadrant abdominal pain.
Results were that the liver has a homogeneous echo pattern. In the left lobe, there is evidence of a well defined 2.4x2.8x2.3 cm isoechoic mass. Exactly what is this? The kidneys showed normal except for a right upper pole renal cyst measuring 1.3x1.2x1.1 cm. No other evidende of focal renal mass.
A CT is recommended.
What does this all mean and can blood work help define the problem?
an ultrasound is very non-sepcific so you definitely need a CT scan to better define what this is. baseline blood tests, such as a liver profile will be helpful but the scan is most important. This may be nothing but a hemangioma so nothing to worry about.
I have PRIMARY BILIARY CIRROSIS (cirrhosis) OF THE LIVER (PBC) which is an autoimmune disease. (I also have Multiple Sclerosis & several other autoimmune illnesses). What I am hoping is to find anyone who may be experiencing so many autoimmune illnesses at one time.
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