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Can stool in the colon obstruct the view or impact the results of a CT scan of the abdomen /pelvis?
The bladder is a muscular organ in the pelvis that accepts urine from the kidneys, stores the urine at low pressure, & expels the urine during voluntary voiding. Though seemingly a simple reservoir, the bladder is a complex organ intricately connected with the brain and spinal cord with sensory, motor, and autonomic circuits. The muscular layer that contracts during voids ...Read more
Pet/ct scan result states increased tracer accumilation around the biliary stent to the duodenum does this mean the cancer is spreading to intestine?
The liver (still): The gallbladder does not make bile, it merely stores it. Bile is made by the liver and used by the intestinal tract to break down and absorb fat. Normally, ingesting a fatty meal stimulates the gallbladder to empty it's stored bile. Most people without a gallbladder manage to absorb fats without difficulty; those that don't will have unabsorbed fat, leading to diarrhea. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Bladder cancer can easily be missed on sonogram of the bladder and kidneys, especially if the tumor is small or flat. The definitive test for diagnosis is a cystoscopy where a small telescope is placed into the bladder to visualize the lining of the bladder. At the same time, a biopsy is taken to confirm the diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes.: Here is a helpful link which outlines the organs covered in a CT pelvis/abdomen. https://healdove.com/health-care-industry/CT-Scan-of-Abdoman-and-Pelvis-with-Contrast ...Read more
Is there a difference between the compostion of bile that is in the gallbladder.And that drips from the liver into small intestine after gb surgery?
Yes : Bile from gall bladder is more concentrated as much as 30 times, ( less water content ) will have mucous secreted by gall bladder, other than that functionally same, the chemical components are same , as much as 1500 cc or more bile enters the gut , most of bile enters the gut with out going through gb , also body handles with out compromising the normal physiology. ...Read more
Does the air pumped into the colon also inflate the small intestine? What part of the intestine is likely to be involved in a inguinal hernia?
Yes, in a small: minority of cases, stones can form in the common duct, which connects the liver to duodenum. If you are having symptoms, you should see a doctor for full exam and tests. It could still be some other problem too. ...Read more
No reservoir 4 bile: The gallbladder normally serves to store bile that is made continuously from the liver. After a meal, the gallbladder contracts, ejecting bile into the intestine, to aid in digestion. When the gallbladder is removed, the bile no longer is stored but excreted continuously into the intestine. If there is no food, the bile can be irritating and cause diarrhea. Over time, this should improve ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The small intestines: An upper endoscopy can reach to the second portion of the duodenum, or the small intestine, and a colonoscopy at best can reach up into the end of the small intestine, or the terminal ileum. The rest of the small intestine between those two is unseen. There are special scopes which can see some of that unseen area, and a capsule endoscopy can give a view there also. Hope that helps. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hi there. What's the difference between the colon, the bowel and the large intestine? They all appear to be the same long tube. Confused!
Anal muscles. : Yes. The anal sphincter is muscular in nature and very innervated (consider how these nerves allow people to distinguish between gas, solid stool and liquid stool). This muscular complex like others can be strained with consequential pain. Other common sources of pain with or following defection are hemorrhoids or an anal fissure, which is a small tear of the tissue making up the anal lining. ...Read more
Stores bile: The gallbladder stores and concentrates bile that is made in the liver. It also secretes some mucus from its internal lining. The gallbladder responds to fats entering the duodenum by squeezing bile out into the dodenum to emulsify the fats and aid in their digestion and absorption. It has no association with the urinary bladder. ...Read more
I have frequent sweating from the rectum. Why?
Numerous diverticuela is noted in the
the sigmoud colon...B.E test confirms.
And colonoscopy was conduc
See below: Rectal sweating is not abnormal. The rest of your question is incomplete. ...Read more
In-sort of...: Technically, the rectum is the last 15 cm or so of the colon, but actually lives in the pelvis which is different anatomically from the abdomen, being bordered by the bony pelvic bones. The anus (often mistakenly called the rectum by laypeople) is the opening from the rectum to the outside. Hope this helps answer your question. ...Read more
Which is the part of ileum where gallstone is most likely to get imapcted in gallstone ileus.? Ileocecal junction or elsewhere..?Plz tell
A gallstone ileus: Implies pathologic communication of the gallbaldder with the bowel which can be large or small bowel most common is the duodenum, then hepatic flexure of the large bowel. The inflammation/infection causes the ileus 95% of the time. 5% are asymptomatic cholecystoenteric fistulas and impaction may or may not occur depending on the size of the stone. ...Read more
The gallbladder is a sac-like structure located under the right lobe of the liver. It is attached to the common bile duct via the cystic duct. The gallbladder can store bile when the bile is not needed, and can squeeze bile into the bile duct and intestine for digestion when a person eats larger ...Read more
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