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Indentation In Abdominal Wall
Superficial or deep?: Is the pain on the surface at the mass or deep in the abdomen? Does the mass come and go or change with coughing? Is the mass moveable? Is it in the skin? Or deep to the muscle? How big? Possibilities include a benign fatty tumor, cyst, hernia or other more rare problems. See a surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not the hernia: Usually, the hernia itself is a defect in the abdominal wall. The wall is made of muscle and fascia, so the defect is just an opening in the sheet of muscle/fascia that is not normally there. Organs and items usually contained in the abdomen can 'poke out' through the abnormal opening ; can even get stuck. The hernia would not change positions, but the items poking out into the hernia could change. ...Read more
Usually on the Left: Congenital diaphragmatic hernias occur on the left 85% of the time and are posterior (bochdalek hernia), most the rest are located on the right posteriorly. About 2% occur anteriorly in the middle (morgagni hernia). Adults can get hiatal hernias on the left, because that is where the esophagus passes through the diaphragm to reach the stomach. Trauma and surgery can cause diaphragmatic hernias too. ...Read more
Not usually: Diastasis recti is a condition where the abdominal midline is widened between the two bellies of the rectus abdominis muscle. It is not a hernia but often confused with one. It shoudl not cause crampy pain in the upper abdomen, and this could be related to some other condition. ...Read more
Can be: Correct. This can be the spleen. Can also be stomach. Requires work up. ...Read more
Painful spot in upper left abdominal muscle, along with chest discomfort & lots of gas. Possible hernia from childbirth?
Hiatal hernia?: There are no congenital abdominal wall hernias in the left upper abdominal wall (front muscles). A hiatal hernia could be the cause, but only if large. These are also called paraesophageal hernias, and can be diagnosed with an upper GI contrast study. Sometimes need upper endoscopy too. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Slight discomfort in left lower quad. Of abdomen. Left varicocele. Have developed velvety darkening in creases. Tumor?
Not likely: From what you described you are unlikely to have a tumor. Varicocele is probably raising the temperature on the affected side that may be affecting the pigmentation. You may wish to consult your doctor if you should have the varicocele removed. ...Read more
Lower Right abdominal pain-what would wall thickening of the cecum 2.8cmx4.9cm,suspicious for cecal mass. mild pericecal standing-no obstruction Mean?
What could painless abdominal muscle tension indicate in the upper right quadrant of the abdomen?
Yes: Te cause of the bloating is important, gas, overweight, pregnant, etc. Most cases are benign. If you are sexually active, could you be pregnant? Any digestive disorders in your history, your family's history? If it persists more than a month or is otherwise progressive, see a physician. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Wow....: The only way to see this is by bronchoscopy or surgery..... Your should ask the doctor performing the study. Petechia are usually not good and can represent many different problems. Can be either mild or serious. If found on the pharynx they can be a symptom of strep throat. An ear, nose and throat doctor can clear up the considerable possibilities. ...Read more
Can thickened gallbladder wall cause nausea and fullness after eating and pain directly under breastbone in center of abdomen?
Maybe: If your gallbladder has stones or sludge (which can lead to obstruction of bile flow out of the gallbladder, and cause thickened gallbladder wall), then you can have pain in that area, though it is generally in the right upper abdomen. Has the cause for your thickened gallbladder been determined? If not, I think you need to see your doctor or a GI specialist to figure that out. ...Read more
Thickened pluera 4.2mm along left posterolateral chest wall which is Small loculated with internal septation in left cp angle n not asprable?
What can cause an intense pulse in the lower left abdomen / left side, abdominal aortic aneurysm?
Can ittitable bowel cause pain in abdomen and small intestines around belly button to the left & right of it?
Yes: It can cause any of that pain, but you should have it checked out by a gastroenterologist to rule out other causes of the disease. But all of those pains can be from ibs - good luck. ...Read more
Ultrasound for lower abdomen
urinary bladder is normal in wall thickness and intraluminal contents.
Uterus is normal in size and anteverted in po?
Question: Is it the case that you had a question. Your question didn't come through so maybe you want to rephrase it? ...Read more
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