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... I am a 32 yr old mother and wife. ... (2 replies)
Liver Lesion
Dec 7, 2008
... Recently, I had a CT scan of my abdomen as part of a yearly checkup .... ... (1 replies)
... i would most certainly track down whoever your doc was at the time and have a chat about why you were never ever told about a real finding on your own report.this is the biggest reason i obtain ALL copies of all my testing reports and get all my medical records updated regularly. ... (4 replies)

... My gastro found a lesion on my liver back in 2004. He referred me to a liver specialist. This liver specialist and I watched the lesion for about 2 years. We started off thinking is was a liver hemanginoma, then we thought adenoma. ... (288 replies)
... Hi Shelly. I'm so sorry to hear what you're going through at the moment hun, I have been there myself and understand the pain, fear and sickness all too well. ... (6 replies)
... Also check the possibility of it being a fatty deposit. When I had my Ultrasound and CT they initially found what they thought was a lesion on my liver that turned out to actually be a fatty deposit, common when you have a fatty liver. ... (4 replies)
... I understand your fear and panic concerning your liver. I experienced a scare of my own in 1994. While I can do nothing to expedite your answers, hopefully my case will reassure you. With NO history of liver problems, I went into liver failure in 1994. ... (10 replies)
... thanks for your reply .. ... (10 replies)
... So sorry you are so worked up but do try to be calm...I agree if it were cancerous, they would be referring you to a liver specialist. You didn't say what kind of lesion... ... (10 replies)
... did a tri phasic study found another lesion followed by another MRI to rule out one of the two.... ... (8 replies)
... Linda P., the cancer centers of America are nothign but vultures that want your money. I have investigated them, and for them to publicly say "We are going to get rid of your cancer and make you strong", is just plain wrong, wrong, wrong. ... (18 replies)
... No, the Dr. hasn't given me any particulars yet. I am supposed to go in at some point today to get a more in depth imaging study and I imagine I'll find out more then. ... (92 replies)
... I am one of the regulars who reads most of the time and writes a little here and there. I've been closely following the threads since April as I had the exact same problem you had. ... (88 replies)
... is there anyone here who has a liver hemangioma who had it bleed and cause your iron levels to drop and show you have iron deficiency? ... (6 replies)
... Having a CT scan after an abnormal ultrasound is the next step. Depending on who is reading the scan, they can possibly narrow it down and at least tell you if its benign. I have been in your shoes, and I know the worry and anxiety is terrible. ... (3 replies)
... s situations with these tumors can be. Trying to get my mind around your situations helps me ease up on obsessing about my own. ... (288 replies)
... Hi priscila. First, let me start by saying how sorry I feel for the horrid ordeal you went through! Sometimes we can have a bad experience with hospitals, but it sounds like you had a terrible time! ... (2 replies)
... I don't post too terribly fequently but I can feel the distress that you are suffering in your message. ... (13 replies)
... I know it is so hard to not let your mind wander to all the negative places but you are correct that if it is something to worry about they tend to react quickly. When they first found mine I had 2 ultrasounds a CT and an MRI in a span of 2 weeks. ... (3 replies)
... So sorry to hear of your dilemma! What kind of liver lesions have you been diagnosed with? ... (23 replies)

Associated Tags: hemangioma, hemangiomas, liver, liver cancer, liver mass, nuclear medicine

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