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Mild Hepatomegaly With Diffuse Parenchymal Disease
Liver disease: Hepatomegaly means that the liver is larger than is normal. Parenchyma is the main tissue of the liver. Diffuse parenchymal disease means that there is diffuse disease throughout the liver tissues. This could be due to many different causes so check with your doctor for further information. ...Read more
Hepatomegaly, otherwise known as an enlarged liver, is a clinical finding in which the liver is found to be larger than is normal, either by the physical exam from a physician or by imaging such as CT scan or ultrasound. This can be due to alcoholism, hepatitis viruses, inherited liver ...Read more
Sir, my brother is 23 yr old. He has got clubbing. After a medical check up his medical report says bilateral type 1 renal disease, hepatomegaly with diffuse parenchymal disease and splenomegaly.Are these serious conditions?
Unfortunately yes: your brother needs to be seen and followed up in a big tertiary care hospital or a university hospital, wish him and yourself wellness ...Read more
Mild ascitis, mild hepatomegaly with slightly coarse echotexture to r/o liver parenchymal disease, mild spleenomegaly and electrolyte imbalance?
Cirrhosis: The presentation is consistent with liver cirrhosis. What caused that - not clear from the presentation. Discuss it with your doc. ...Read more
This is the UTZ result mild hepatomegaly uth fatty infiltration, Renal parenchymal cyst, left grade 2 prostatic enlargement with minimal concretions
Normal ultrasound 8 mo. ago, Dx celiac disease 5 mo. ago, lab values normal, recent x-ray shows hepatomegaly. Is this possible, should I be checked?
Yes: It appears that the hepatomegaly is a new development since 8 months ago. This requires an investigation. Contact your doctor or a GI specialist with special interest on the liver. ...Read more
TooLittleInformation: Hepato-megaly=hepatic (liver) + enlargement. Enter-itis=enteric organ (bowel) + itis="inflamation of". Thus these terms are only descriptive of what someone believes/sees on whatever basis. There is no good information within these descriptive words, however accurate on whatever basis, to better understand what is going on or likely to happen over time. ...Read more
Yes indeed: Some guys have an extra lobe to the liver that makes it feel big. Emphysema patients have their liver pushed low by their lungs, making it seem big. Otherwise, we need to find the cause. Anything from alcohol to lack of exercise / nash / prediabetes to chronic hepatitis to hemochromatosis to (don't miss this) wilson's to some others. ...Read more
Depends: If your hepatomegaly is the result of an acute condition, for example Hepatitis A or Mono it should resolve in days to weeks. If the cause is different: hepatitis C or congenital, among other possibilities, there is a chance that it will progress slowly. Finding the cause is critical in predicting its behavior. ...Read more
How do u classify hepatomegaly based on size-my usg says 20 CM so is this mild, moderate or massive hepatomegaly and what are their respective causes?
This is borderline: hepatomegaly. If your blood tests are normal and you have no other risk factors, it is probably nothing serious. You should ask the doctor who ordered the test for specific advice on any follow up studies. ...Read more
What to do if I have been diagonised with mild hepatomegaly, what is the treatment, how can I cure with the help of diet?
What is the cause ??: One must know the etiology to prescribe the treatment and prognosticate the outcome. Seek help with the aide of a gastroenterologist ...Read more
I did usg of abdomen 3 mnths bk and found all normal with mild hepatomegaly. Prsntly feeling dull discomfort on right upperside of abdomen near rib?
Rib fracture: Without knowing exactly the character of your pain, the other possibility is that your pain could be related to an old rib fracture that is slow to heal. These can be difficult to prove, even with an x-ray. Make sure you had liver function tests to make sure that your liver is functioning well-- hepatomegaly can also be related to steatosis of the liver. ...Read more
U/s shows "mildly, enlarged liver 17cm prob due to fibrofatty disease" all labs and liver enzymes normal.. How would this be interpreted?
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- Hepatomegaly with diffuse parenchymal
- Diffuse parenchymal disease
- Diffuse liver parenchymal disease
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- Diffuse hepatic parenchymal disease
- Diffuse renal parenchymal disease
- Diffuse parenchymal disease with nodules
- What is diffuse parenchymal renal disease?
- Mild hepatomegaly with diffuse fatty infiltration