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Ct scan showed mild apparent mid to distal colonic wall thinking likely due to under distention what can cause this ?
It sounds like: the radiologist thinks it is normal. If the colon is in a collapsed state(vs. distended) it may look like the wall is abnormally thickened on CT, when in fact it is normal. ...Read more
Had a colonic (years also too)worried that shouldn't! feel fine but if damaged colon wall how soon would i know? Or how soon for any other damage?
In the future...: If i understand, a while ago you had a colonic, & now you're worried about it. I can reassure you that if you had any significant complications from it, you would've known right away. The more insidious issues from this worthless & dangerous procedure is what it can do to your normal bacterial flora. But if you have long since resumed a healthy, varied diet, that should be ok. Lesson learned. ...Read more
If there is something external to the colon compressing the left intestine;s wall , what could that be?
Evidence of mild wall thickening in descending colon, maximum thickness is 5.8 mm. What does it mean & is it a cause to worry? Is it related to cancer
Doubtful finding: It depends on why you had your Colon checked? So tell us your complete medical history and also what type of test was done which showed the colon wall thickening?. Any imaging study that shows slight/mild changes is of doubtful significance. So we have to rely more on your symptoms. Unless you have belly pain or problems with your bowel movements, you can ignore this finding. ...Read more
Maybe thickened: The wall of the bottom part of your colon might be a little thick but it isn't certain. What that means is there may be evidence of inflamed tissue when the wall of the colon is measured but a normal colon is sometimes the same thickness. Most likely further tests will be needed, such as a colonoscopy. That will be a decision made by you doctor based on the clinical situation. ...Read more