reason for hypoechoic lymph nodes in periportal region of liver
i am vivek from india.my wife had been sufferig from stomach ache.i took her to a doctor of aiims.he diagonised and found that she was having large hypoechoic lymph nodes near her periportal region.he told me that this is one kind of tuberculosis.He started the medicine.but when the course of medicine was over then again the doctor diagonised her.there was no improvement at all.the nodes was remained in its previous shape.he again started the medicine of tuberculosos with higher antibiotics.
sir please guide me about this?what is the reason of this?
Hi Vivek how is your wife now? My mom is suffering from same thing?
Any doctor you recomend for this treatment? Also i want to ask how did u came to know dat those nodes are of TB? Biopsy? Ultrasound? Ct scan?
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