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... and ended up being admitted to the hospital. My bilirubin was 12.9 on admission and my AST and ALT around 1700. No fever, no pain, just a slight tenderness in my liver area. After having an ultrasound I was consulted by a surgeon who said my gallbladder wall had some thickening but nothing that he suspected would cause this. ... (2 replies)
... why would I have to have a right quadrant liver ultrasound- my alt -117;ast -144- I have been on Humira 1 x week and 2400 mg Motrin daily for two years- couldthis be the probelm? I have psoriatic arthritis- i also drink 3-5 glasses of wine a day over a 6 hour period (0 replies)
... I don't drink. I don't smoke. I don't use drugs. I don't have any heath problems really until this liver stuff. Well, yeah maybe I do, but it's something that was just being looked into right before the liver stuff came into focus. ... (6 replies)

Liver ultrasound
Mar 4, 2014
... tive duty anymore and I don't drink too much and hardly take Tylenol or anything like that. The doctor called and said I need a CT scan of my pancreas. Any idea why they would ask for this? ... (8 replies)
Liver ultrasound
Mar 3, 2014
... ve the results over the phone or through my secure Fax. Basically, I believe she simply allowed me to "fall through the cracks" and worry unnecessarily. That's why I suggest you be assertive in getting your results from your doctor. You are your best advocate. ... (8 replies)
... YES I have also found this to be very true. Believe me, you can have 3 ultrasounds in the same day and get 3 totally different reports. The important things here are: your spleen is not enlarged since it wasn't meant ironed, no ascites were noticed, no regenerative nodules, no Murphy's Sign, no dilation of bilary tree. All those things point to chirrosis. I wouldn't go crazy... (7 replies)
... One doctor once told me, fatty liver diagnosis from radiologist is not accurate, one radiologist can see lot of fat on the ultrasound machine other radiologist could see little fat on your liver ultrasound. ... (7 replies)
... CT or MRI is the best way to determine a mass, but if the mass is uncharacteristic then it's wise to follow up with ultrasound. Ultrasound is another tool to assist the doctor in determining the type of mass. ... (2 replies)
... for an MRI and MRCP to rule out stones in the bile duct. He called today and told me the ducts are clear but I have a spot on my liver. He wants me to go for an ultrasound now. After reading up on "spot on liver" I'm feeling very afraid, as I've seen a lot of the word "cancer" and also confused. ... (2 replies)
... just what did your bloodwork say about your overall liver functions? ... (2 replies)
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... I got to a gastro Dr. for celiac disease. I am wondering why he NEVER has ordered a liver ultrasound? ... (3 replies)
... have they done ANY real types of scans yet on the liver just to actually 'see" what the liver itself actually looks like at this point? ... (3 replies)
... They thought it was trigeminal neuralgia at first, that's why they tried the antiseizure meds at first because TN does not respond to painkillers. My facial pain does respond to painkillers, so I don't have TN. ... (6 replies)
... I asked the doctor why the ultrasound, and she said something about checking out ducts or something. ... (1 replies)
Liver ultrasound?
Mar 11, 2005
... MRI's cost alot. Maybe thats why. I just got insurance so I know what your talking about. I'm sorry your having these health problems without health insurance. Thats a hard thing to deal with. Marlow (13 replies)
Liver ultrasound?
Mar 11, 2005
... What I don't understand is why they put you through all the other tests. I have talked to a lot of people that have had the same problem. ... (13 replies)
Liver ultrasound?
Mar 10, 2005
... Do you mind telling me why they couldn't tell what your problem was without a mri. ... (13 replies)
... Because it will help the liver process the fat. ... (4 replies)
... and it was done while under a CT Scan. They did try under ultrasound but were unsuccessful, so went back the following day for the procedure under CT guidance. ... (3 replies)

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