Seeking knowledge+direction.28yo with pancreatic cancer?
Didn't know where to post this, as it pertains to Liver/pancreas area so I'll post in both. docs cant figure it out but I'm scheduled for abdominal ultrasound Monday. Please give opinions, knowledge and good counsel.
28y/o male 190lbs- Tested NEG HIV and NEG Hepatitis
prolonged nausea, breathlessness, general malaise,indigestion, CT scan of neck showed swollen nodes. Perhaps worst is pain in upper right abdomen near pancreatic head.
--- Liver enzymes all normal BUT following raised
1. total Bilirubin (1.9) ref 0-1 mg/dl
2. Direct Bilirubin (0.6) ref 0-0.3 mg/dl
3. Indir. Bilirubin (1.3) ref 0-1.1 mg/dl
--- Also, only "Complete Blood Count" abnormality - Lymphocytes of 1.3 whereas normal is 1.5+
Do I have a concern for Pancreatic or Liver cancer? break it down for me as in what to look for~ and again, please point me in the right direction
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