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Pain on palpatation in llq of abdomen at the hip bone. Have CT of ab/pelvis w&w/o contrast scheduled. What can this be ?

Pain on palpatation in llq of abdomen at the hip bone. Have CT of ab/pelvis w&w/o contrast scheduled. What can this be ?

Various problems: This might be a soft tissue problem and these studies might not detect. An hernia is a consideration; so is an hip or sacroiliac joint disorder. A thorough physical exam is in needed. Early cancer, when it is undetected, usually does not hurt. ...Read more

Bone (Definition)

Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more


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Can you see bone cancer in the hips from a CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis?

Yes, some details se: Ct scan shows the normal anatomy of all the structures examined although it is not the best test for hip cancer which is best seen with a ct scan or MRI scan of the pelvis with a focus on the bones. ...Read more

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What causes a hard feeling on the right lower abdomen by hip bone?

What causes a hard feeling on the right lower abdomen by hip bone?

Need an exam: Needs to have a physical examination. Could be traumatic injury, lipoma, lymph node, hernia, etc. See a doctor for an examination. ...Read more

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Can appendicities cause pelvic pain , hip pain , & abdomen pain , & the pain comes & goes ?

Can appendicities cause pelvic pain , hip pain , & abdomen pain , & the pain comes & goes ?

Right lower quadrant: Appendicitis causes right lower quadrant pain in the abdomen that is worsened with motion or any pressure to the abdomen. Pain increases with release of abdomen after pressure is applied due to peritoneal irritation from the infection, does not typically come and go. Your description is more consistent with a kidney stone, or ovarian cyst. See general surgeon. ...Read more