Abscess liver lesion

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Avatar f tn The first ULtrasound report mentioned 1.Existence of abdominal ascites 2.Liver abscess and hepatic hemangloma[2.2×1.8] 3.common bile duct stone [0.9cm] 4.Dilated common bile duct 5.features of cholecyatitis ON the other hand,abdomen CT report mentioned. 1.Cystic lesion at the 7 Segment of the liver 2.CBC is relation 22mm at distal part of the CBC 3.massive ascites at the peritoneal Some antibiotic was given for 10days including metrodozoaL and cefalezine injections.
Avatar f tn The first ULtrasound report mentioned 1.Existence of abdominal ascites 2.Liver abscess and hepatic hemangloma[2.2×1.8] 3.common bile duct stone [0.9cm] 4.Dilated common bile duct 5.features of cholecyatitis ON the other hand,abdomen CT report mentioned. 1.Cystic lesion at the 7 Segment of the liver 2.CBC is relation 22mm at distal part of the CBC 3.massive ascites at the peritoneal Some antibiotic was given for 10days including metrodozoaL and cefalezine injections.
Avatar f tn The first ULtrasound report mentioned 1.Existence of abdominal ascites 2.Liver abscess and hepatic hemangloma[2.2×1.8] 3.common bile duct stone [0.9cm] 4.Dilated common bile duct 5.features of cholecyatitis ON the other hand,abdomen CT report mentioned. 1.Cystic lesion at the 7 Segment of the liver 2.CBC is relation 22mm at distal part of the CBC 3.massive ascites at the peritoneal Some antibiotic was given for 10days including metrodozoaL and cefalezine injections.
Avatar m tn according to ultrasound report HYPOECHOIC LESION IN LIVER appeared .. with HEPATOMAGALY FATTY LIVER.. abscess.. Wat r the causes, symptoms, treatments. ,diagnosis. ?? he is not addicted to alcohol.. is it curable..or dangerous..? plz help me ASAP. 09891265076.
Avatar n tn 1) possible hemangioma - next step would be confirmation with a blood pool scan or observation if the MRI was specific enough. 2) simple cyst - repeat CT scan in 6 months. 3) abscess - antibiotics and draining. 4) cannot exclude malignancy - consider surgical resection. Followup with your personal physician is essential. This answer is not intended as and does not substitute for medical advice - the information presented is for patient education only.
Avatar m tn A hypodense lesion does not enhance on injection of intravenous contrast and may represent a benign lesion, haemangioma, simple hepatic cyst, abscess, lipoma, or a malignant lesion. To reach a diagnosis in your case, it is necessary to discuss the findings of this scan with your physician, and in the context of clinical symptoms, physical examination and liver function tests.
Avatar m tn and according to ultrasound reports there is hepatomagaly liver abscess with impressions of fatty liver. volume of amobic liver abscess 148cc or 148ml.. plz suggest the causes , symptoms, treatments , precautions,. plz help this worried boy.
Avatar n tn w/oral and iv contrast which showed a right pelvic wall hematoma 9x3 cm, and they incidently found a 2.2x1.6cm hypodense lesion in the central liver that demonstrates mild peripheral nodular enhancement - prob. represents a hemangioma. Also a proximal 1.0 cm hypovascular lesion in the anterolateral periphery of the right lobe - given hypervascularity it may represent a focal nodular hyperplasia. My questions are: 1.
Avatar n tn I am confused as to where to go next with my condition. A recent CT scan showed that I have three lesions on my liver. One is 3.7 cm and one 1.1cm. The radiologist here in Hong Kong said they "appear" to be focal nodular hyperplasia and not adenoma or hemangioma. The third lesion of 1.5cm is ill defined and they are not sure what it may be, suggesting early fatty infiltration or abscess. I am completely asymptomatic and blood tests are all normal.
Avatar n tn The testicles are slightly inhomogeneous in appearance. No focal mass lesion is seen in the testicle. In the right lower scrotum there is an area of masslike density which on ultrasound exam appears to be separate from the testicle. This measures approximately 1 cm in diameter and reportedly is the area of palpable abnormality as demonstrated by the patient. This is a solid lesion of uncertain etiology. It does not appear to be within the right testicle but is in the right scrotal area.
Avatar n tn 5cm is ill defined and they are not sure what it may be, suggesting early fatty infiltration or abscess. I am completely asymptomatic and blood tests are all normal. Do liver specialists in the U.S. recommend resection in cases where diagnosis is not clear? My concern with the first two are that they are possibly adenomas, since it seems to be difficult to diagnose clearly, and this could be dangerous.
Avatar f tn If the other clinical history which is not given in the query is of a maligancy it amy indicate secondaries in liver. Other wise it can be anything from an abscess to neoplasm. Possible choices for further assement include, Follow up or Histopathology. Clinical correlation and consultation with ur physican will help as will other finding in the report.
Avatar n tn The lung bases are clear. Abdomen: There is diffuse fatty infiltration of liver. Prior cholecystectomy changes are noted. A probable tiny cyst is noted in the lateral mid spleen measuring only 2 or 3 mm in size on image 27. This appears stable and is of doubtful clinical significance. The remaining upper abdominal organs are within normal limits. No enlarged lymph nodes. The bowel is normal in caliber without obstruction. No evidence of diverticulitis. The appendix is not visualized.
Avatar f tn 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.
Avatar f tn Trace free fluid in cul-de-sac, non-specific etiology. Liver normal in size. Few small well-circumscribed low density lesions scattered throughout liver, largest measures 7.5 mm in right lobe. Impression: Few subcentimeter hepatic lesions, nonspecific etiology, likely benign if there is no known history of primary malignancy. Significance to be determined clinically.
Avatar n tn As from ultrasonography, a cysticAcne Acne, cystic on the back Acne, cystic on the chest Acne, cystic on the face Cystic fibrosis Cystic fibrosis - resources Fibrocystic breast disease Neonatal cystic fibrosis screening Pancreatic, cystic adenoma - ct scan Polycystic kidney disease Polycystic ovary disease lesionAcne - close-up of pustular lesions Bone lesion biopsy Chickenpox - lesion on the leg Chickenpox - lesions on the chest Erythema multiforme, circular lesions - hands Erythema multiforme
Avatar f tn Left adnexal cystic structure with peripheral enhancement may represent a corpus luteum though the ovaries are not discretely visualized due to background free fluid. Cannot exclude a small abscess if there are clinical signs/symptoms to support pelvic inflammatory disease though the overall morphology does not favor this. Consider repeat pelvic ultrasound versus pelvic MRI. 3. Normal appendix.
Avatar m tn Alternatively, a focal liver abscess can cause portal hypoperfusion by the spread of inflammatory mediators. Polymorphous: Have various shapes and sizes without a straight border. Present as areas of irregular enhancement around or lateral to an injury. The polymorphous pattern may be caused by an aberrant blood supply, inflammation, physical parenchymal injury (contusion, percutaneous biopsy), chemical parenchymal injury (e.g.
Avatar n tn I've had a few close family members (maternal grandma, father, cousin) diagnosed with cancer (breast, colon, liver) recently. Any ideas of what this might be? I'd be greatful for any info if possible. (Would a detox-type "flush out" help?) Thanks.
Avatar m tn evidence of ill defined hypo dense lesion extensively involving right lobe of liver seg. V-VIII. No internal calcification or hemorrhage is seen.The estimated size is 15cmX12cmX9 cm. Minimal plural effusion is noted in right sided cavity. Then doctor suggested to go for Alpha protein test whose results are AFP =0.919 ng/ml. then we forwarded to Lever biopsy where the results were "Sections reveal predominantly hyalinized stroma with vascular proliferation.
Avatar m tn evidence of ill defined hypo dense lesion extensively involving right lobe of liver seg. V-VIII. No internal calcification or hemorrhage is seen.The estimated size is 15cmX12cmX9 cm. Minimal plural effusion is noted in right sided cavity. Then doctor suggested to go for Alpha protein test whose results are AFP =0.919 ng/ml. then we forwarded to Lever biopsy where the results were "Sections reveal predominantly hyalinized stroma with vascular proliferation.
Avatar n tn It could be a tumor that is not cancer or a lesion that is caused by an infection or inflammation. Any of these could bleed, causing the traces of dark red blood in the phlegm that your dad is coughing up. A dense spot contains more calcium. The denser the lesion, the less likely it is to be cancer. It is unlikely to be related to his brief, distant smoking experience. It is much too soon to be concluding that this is lung cancer. Your dad should go to the lung specialist.
Avatar n tn -1995) ALL FDA COSTART REACTION TERMS IN DATA ALPHABETICAL TERM ORDER - 04/10/96 - ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ABDO ENLARGE 35 ANEMIA MICROCYT 3 ABDO SYND ACUTE 9 ANEMIA NORMOCYT 3 ABORTION 96 ANEMIA REFRACT 1 ABSCESS 8 ANEURYSM INTRACRAN 5 ABSCESS BREAST 2 ANGINA PECTORIS 46 ABSCESS PERIODONT 1 ANGIOEDEMA 38 ACCOMMODATION ABNORM 4 ANISOCORIA 7 ACIDOSIS 15 ANOMALY CONGEN 202 ACIDOSIS DIABET 7 ANOMALY CONGEN CNS 3 ACIDOSIS LACTIC 1 ANOMALY CONGEN MS 3 ACIDOSIS RESP 4
Avatar n tn -1995) ALL FDA COSTART REACTION TERMS IN DATA ALPHABETICAL TERM ORDER - 04/10/96 - ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ABDO ENLARGE 35 ANEMIA MICROCYT 3 ABDO SYND ACUTE 9 ANEMIA NORMOCYT 3 ABORTION 96 ANEMIA REFRACT 1 ABSCESS 8 ANEURYSM INTRACRAN 5 ABSCESS BREAST 2 ANGINA PECTORIS 46 ABSCESS PERIODONT 1 ANGIOEDEMA 38 ACCOMMODATION ABNORM 4 ANISOCORIA 7 ACIDOSIS 15 ANOMALY CONGEN 202 ACIDOSIS DIABET 7 ANOMALY CONGEN CNS 3 ACIDOSIS LACTIC 1 ANOMALY CONGEN MS 3 ACIDOSIS RESP 4
Avatar n tn The differential diagnosis includes ovarian tumor, abscess, ectopic pregnancy, endometrioma, or complicated cyst (with hemorrhage or infection).
Avatar f tn Technique: Axial FLAIR, T2, T1, T1 post contrast ; coronal T2 gradient, T1 post contrast ; DWI ; brainlab. Report : Previous imaging is not available for comparison T1 hypointense, T2 hyperintense lesion within the white matter of the right precentral gyrus. This has surrounding white matter T2 hyperintensity consistent with vasogenic oedema has vivid rim enhancement.
Avatar n tn -1995) ALL FDA COSTART REACTION TERMS IN DATA ALPHABETICAL TERM ORDER - 04/10/96 - ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ABDO ENLARGE 35 ANEMIA MICROCYT 3 ABDO SYND ACUTE 9 ANEMIA NORMOCYT 3 ABORTION 96 ANEMIA REFRACT 1 ABSCESS 8 ANEURYSM INTRACRAN 5 ABSCESS BREAST 2 ANGINA PECTORIS 46 ABSCESS PERIODONT 1 ANGIOEDEMA 38 ACCOMMODATION ABNORM 4 ANISOCORIA 7 ACIDOSIS 15 ANOMALY CONGEN 202 ACIDOSIS DIABET 7 ANOMALY CONGEN CNS 3 ACIDOSIS LACTIC 1 ANOMALY CONGEN MS 3 ACIDOSIS RESP 4
Avatar m tn Ofloxacillin for me is not necessary. He can take Liv52 to protect his liver as these antibiotics will have some side effects on liver. Pyridoxine is again a vitamin which is required. He has to wear a brace or support and also give him bed rest for a month and slowly with proper protein diet and calcium and protein supplements he can start moving. Follow up with one orthopedician and do not take multiple suggestions.