I got my medical reports from my GI. To my surprise, there are some " abnormal findings", which are not informed by my GI at all. She had told me my CT scan was normal. The findings that worry me are below:
There is a calcified pelvic phlebolith. There is minimal arterial vascular calcification. There is a 10mm low density lesion in the cer...
I went back to my GI for HIDA scan test result today. Found out that my HIDA scan was normal with 75% ejection fraction, however there are few polys on my gallbladder walls (the largest one is 35mm) according to ultrasound report. I was shocked to hear it as when I had called to ask my ultrasound result, the nurse didn't tell me about it.
I had my HIDA SCAN with CCK yesterday. The test lasted about 90 min. I felt mild abdominal pain during the whole exam. When my intestines didn't show, the RN gave me some water to stimulate the gallbladder. He said I only 20 mins to go before my 2nd part so he gave me some water to help the intestine show. Finally my intestines showed. Is it ...
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