My 11 year old son had a Colonoscopy and GED. The doctor didn't find any tumors but the biopsies came up with the following. Does this look serious? The colon biopsies identified in ascending and transverse regions do show mild increase in lymphocytes. within the lamina propria there is an occasional eosinophil and neutrophil. the neutrophils rarely extend into the ipithelium, and there is not crypt abscess formation. There are not architectural abnormalities and the patchiness of this process suggests a resolving self-limiting process, however, Crohn's disease cannot be excluded, but is not favored. no granulomas are identified. Architectural abnormalities classic of idiopathic inflammatory bowel disease are not identified.I am also concerned about his liver MRI: Ultrasound showed a 1.3 cm hyperechoic lesion with possibilities of hemangioma or focal fatty deposition. the current MR does not show convincing evidence for hemangioma or focal fatty deposition. There is a 1.4 cm slightly hyperenhancing area at the posterior inferior aspect of the medial segment of the left lobe of the liver anterior to the gallbladder which is only seen on the arterial phase postcontrast images. Differential diagnosis includes trnsient hepatic intensity difference or AV shunting, or possibility focal nodular hyperplasia or hepatic adenoma. Consider correlation with alpha-fetoprotein level. This doctor doesn't seem concerned and I am freaking out. what should I do? Doesn't this sound terrible? Does Av shunting show something wrong with his heart?Also the liver spans about 17 cm in craniocaudal dimension, which is considered enlarged. My child plays basketball hard and came off of prednisone in May-high doses. He gets very winded and a side ache. I am concerned the tumor will bleed and kill him.