A 40-year-old female asked:
low attenuation lesion in liver measuring more than .5 mm. what does this mean? does this mean i have cancer. lipase elevated 400 dr didnt seemed concerned but i am scared
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Internal Medicine 61 years experience
Lesion: In cases like this I sit down with the radiologist who interpreted the ct scan and ask advice as to possible diagnosis, how concerning is the lesion, what other studies, if any, would shed more light on the diagnosis, what specialists may be helpful. With one lesion, yours may well be benign, a hemangioma for example. But again, I need advice from my fellow physicians about further workup,
Last updated Oct 21, 2019
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