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CBC, CMP, lipase, amylase, &abdominal u/s all normal, pain in upper abdomen. What else could this be? Having endoscopy in 2 weeks. Scared
Upper abdominal pain: There are a variety of reasons why you could have pain in this area. I would need a much more detailed history in order to render an opinion. With the studies you had being normal it is unlikely that you have a serious problem, but further evaluation may be necessary. ...Read more
The comprehensive metabolic panel (cmp) is a panel of blood tests that serves as an initial broad medical screening tool. The cmp provides a rough check of kidney function, liver function, and electrolyte and fluid balance. The cmp is an expanded version of the basic metabolic panel (bmp), which does not include liver tests. A cmp (or bmp) is usually ordered as part of ...Read more
CBC, CMP, Lipase, amylase, and u/s nml- A1C boarder line- BMI-32, pain upper right abdomen, what else could this be? 31 yrs old. Scared to death..
Not to be scared: The right upper quadrant is often the site for gallbladder problems. Sometimes the gallbladder can cause problems without gallstones. You need to talk to your physician about seeing a guess urologist to help. Remember there are muscles ribs Cartlidge and other structures there along with the intestine All of which need to be evaluate ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
CBC, CMP, lipase, amylase, upper endoscopy, abdominal US all NML- upper right abdominal painWhat are chances cancer w/All NML tests?
Not ccommon: Most of the tests are of no value in defining disease. Some will suggest pancreatic inflammation. With US and upper endoscopy normal probably not gall stones but occasionally inflammation in the GB can cause the pain you have. An abdominal CAT scan should define any inflammatory or even neoplastic process. ...Read more
Nml endoscopy, nml abdom u/s nml -CBC, CMP, lipase, amalyse. What's the next step in finding the cause of Right upper abdominal pain? What is it!
How to confirm acalculous cholestitis? I was referred to surgeon-Tests done 6 mos ago were nml- CBC, CMP, lipase, amalyse, EGD, abdom US, HIDA-pain RUQ
Abdominal pain when I eat, nausea, anorexia. CBC, CMP, lipase, celiac panel all normal. Been going on for about 2 months.
Further work up: Is needed. Depending on the pain location, imaging studies may help in diagnosing your condition. Alternatively, an upper endoscopy would definitely help in ruling in or out esophageal and/ or gastric pathology. A gastroenterology consult would be appropriate in such circumstances. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Upper right quadrant pain, bloody grainy stool, vomiting coffee grounds. Normal CBC, cmp, lipase/amylase, and CT with contrast.?
Pain RUQ under rib- 31 y/o- mom- CBC, CMP, lipase amalyse abdominal US and upper endoscopy NML- could this be cancer even w/all test nml? Doc said no.
Although a cancer diagnosis may be very unlikely, ongoing pain should be fully diagnosed. There are other imaging that may be appropriate in the evaluation of right upper quadrant pain.
The list of possibilities is long; Gall bladder, pancreas, ovaries, kidneys, ulcers, even musculoskeletal just to name a few. ...Read more
Pain RUQ-x6mos- dr says gall bladder but tests HIDA, CBC, CMP, lipase, amalyse, EGD and abdom US 6m ago nml- can this be pancreatic cancer? 30 yrs old.
Pain RUQ-x6mos- dr says gall bladder but HIDA, CBC, CMP, lipase, amalyse, EGD and abdom US 6m ago nml- can this pancreatic cancer? 30 yo. No Weight loss
No...Second opinion: Not likely to be pancreatic cancer given the imaging you've had so far. There is a blood test you can get that you that might be reassuring. I suggest a second opinion to evaluate for something more usual such as sphincter dysfunction. In the meantime avoid foods that induce symptoms ...Read more
Unexplained weight loss, CT scan of abdomen, CBC, CMP, Lipase, Amylase and upper endoscopy, nothing. I am prediabetic, could this be type 1 diabetes?
Colicky diffuse abdominal pain x8 weeks cbc, cmp, amalayse & lipase normal and now low grade fever. What could this be?
Many possibilities: You need to see an experienced clinician and have this approached systematically. An infectious diseases expert might be a good place to begin. Good luck. ...Read more
EGD, CBC, CMP, HIDA, lipase and amalyse, lipid panel, and A1C all normal. Dull pain URQ and middle abdomen. No other symptoms. Chance of cancer?
Pain in abdomen- mostly upper right, CT, HIDA, Abdom US, EGD, CBC, CMP, LDH, Lipase, Amalyse, stool all negative... Help! Can this still be gallbladder?
Pain abdomen, mostLy RUQ CT abdomen & pelvis- hida Abdom US, EGD, CBC, CMP, LDH, Lipase, Amalyse, stool all negative... Help! Can CT show colon cancer?
What could cause pain in upper middle abdomen? CBC nml, cmp nml, lipase amylase, and abdominal u/s nml. Scared of cancer or lymphoma. 31 years old.
Many possibilities: You could have ulcer disease, acid reflux, hernia, gallbladder inflammation or stones, gastritis, or gastroenteritis, and so on. Is your pain acute or chronic, any triggers, etc? Lipase neg makes pancreatitis unlikely. US neg makes gall stones less likely. CMP nl means normal liver function and bilirubin. See your doctor or GI. Cancers usually not common in your age group. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can celiac disease/high gliadin be a possible cause of high lipase? Amylase is normal, as well as iron, CBC/CMP, saturation and the like.
I have a high amylase level of 175, normal lipase, cmp, & CBC though. Should I worry. I was once told that amylase is a worthless test by a ER doctor?
Isolated high amylas: Can be from different sources - pancreas as well as salivary glands for example. What made you ER docs draw these bloodtests - abdominal pain, I assume? If the amylase level wasn't too high and your symptoms have resolved, I wouldn't worry about it. If there are continued sxs, would follow it up with your PCP. ...Read more
Healthy male in 50s. Cbc and cmp normal except for na of 152 and chloride of 111. Cholesterol normal, psa normal, TSH normal. Amylase, lipase norma?
Lipases, such as lipoprotein lipase and endothelial lipase, are enzymes that breakdown circulating triglycerides (tg). Specifically, lipases degrade tg rich lipoproteins including chylomicrons, very low density lipoprotein (vldl) and remnant particles produced by breakdown of chylomicron and vldl particles. Decreased lipase function leads to accumulation of ...Read more
Share on twitter bookmark & share printer-friendly version a complete blood count (CBC) test measures the following: •the number of red blood cells (rbc count) •the number of white blood cells (wbc count) •the total amount of hemoglobin in the blood •the fraction of the blood composed of ...Read more