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Negative beta HCG on 07/10/14. CT scan chest abdomen pelvis w/contrast 07/17/14. Positive beta HCG on 07/30/14. Risk to fetus from CT scan?
Would simple abdominal xray show inflamed kidneys? Xray normal, urine analysis showed few non squamous epithelial, mucous, & rare bacteria? Meaning?
4 mo. Pain on palpitation in llq near hip bone, kub series neg. Off&on trace blood&protein in urinetest.Low back pain 39, m CT appt. Cancer?
11 CT scans 10 xrays in 2 yrs gyn wants a pelvic ct- MRI of pel shows fluid and endomet. 14mm biopsy of cervix neg-fem 69 is CT safe for me? W. Cont
What is the radiation hazard of doing contrast pelvis& abdomen CT scan one time.My total exam dlp is 340.83mgy.My wt.106 pounds. I had gone to emergency dept for pain in abdo.They did usg and it was degenerative fibroid.Then they did contrast CT scan pelv
In : In a word, no. A single ct scan is exceedingly unlikely to cause you any problem of any kind at any point in your life. It is not possible to say that there is no risk at all, because any exposure to radiation (including cosmic radiation from the sun or from naturally occurring radiation that's all around us) can potentially cause a cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
MRI shows 4.8cm ovarianRight complex cyst,coccyx bone erosion,free fluid in pelvic area & simple ovarianLeft cysts. Should I request ca125 testing?
Colonoscopy, endoscopy, CT scan, pelvic ultrasound, fsh, ca125,estrogen all normal. I have severe pelvic,low back, rectal pain. Dr says IBS-c. AGREED?
All the bad stuff: is rather ruled out completely. Ovarian cancer would be totally ruled out (and would be classic for these symptoms) You are, too young for it, too. http://www.nerdpocalypse.net/diseases/irritable%20bowel.html Other associated symptoms. Pain, bloating, gas, rumbling stomach or pain association with defecation strongly suggest IBS. ...Read more
Joint pains all over body, stiffness. Doctor have done esr, cbc, abdominal ultrasound, chest x ray, ekg, urine test all came back normal.
Transthoracic echocardiogram, chest x ray, renal sonogram, lots of blood work by hematologist, lupus test found nothing after splenic infarct. More test?
mild painx2 wks on & off left "ovary" hip area-CT abdomen and Pelvis- nml- OBGYN pelvic exam nml- 32 y/o worried about ovarian cancer? Please help!!!!
Er 2 weeks ago. Then, CT abdomen, pelvic/abdomen ultrasound normal. White count 10.3, neutrophilis 7.7, CRP normal. Continuing diarrhoea and abdominal pain. Scared that might be colon or other cancer?
Seminoma in post op intra abdominal r testicle (undcnd), l testicle normal in ultrasound scan, azoospermia in semen analysis. Can i father in future?
Reproduceable hip pain right above iliac crest. Ct scan of pelvis and abdomen neg and xray neg. All blood work normal. No groin pain. Please help?
Multipossibilities : This can be pain from the hip joint, sacroiliac joint, muscular like the pyriformis, a bursitis, referred pain from a back condition like a degenerative facet joint or disc level. Most likely a back issue with other testing negative. If no improvement with otc meds if not contraindicated, see a spine specialist for a thorough evaluation and treatment recommendations. ...Read more
Did a sonography of usg pelvis. Results showed 3 fibroids & 1 polyp, retroverted uterus & calcification of 1 fibroid.Diagnosis? Hi.Sonography of usg pelvis showed: normal bladder, but retroverted uterus(106x73x59mm). Endometiral echo seen in midline(10.7
had bad pelvic/abdo pain for 10 days. Pelvic US said fused left ovary. CT said prominent R ovary pelvic fluid 13 HU what other tests can I ask for?
A good pelvic exam: While Cystoscopy and MRI are the next tests to diagnose chronic pelvic pain, make sure you rule out pregnancy and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and STD for the same. A thorough physical/pelvic examination, by an experienced physician has the potential to provide needed clues in determine cause of your pelvic pain in most cases. Good luck! ...Read more
Ct scan had a hysterectomy, kept ovaries post menopausal on report fluid attenuation opacity right pelvis 3.4 x 2.6. Larger than last year. Problem?
CT interpretation: Radiology studies must be interpreted within the proper clinical context. Contact the doctor who ordered the CT scan. They will need to interpret in the context of your individual circumstances. Ask where the fluid collect is anatomically and what might be causing it. Then together you can determine if any intervention is needed ...Read more
CT scan done, colon remarkable. But ordered an Ultrasound of pelvis and ovaries. Left ovary not found but fluid was present.
Pelvic fluid: Occasionally an ovary is not identified on ultrasound, they can be mobile and not in the expected location, or obscured by bowel gas. MRI may be useful if identifying the ovaries is warranted. A small amount of fluid may normally be found in the pelvis on US. A large amount would be abnormal. ...Read more