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Treatment Of Hepatosplenomegaly
My son 3 year old is diagnoised with niemann pick type b , he has hepetosplenomegally and no other symptoms. Any information about treatment?
Need supportive care: Unfortunately it is a inherited lysosomal storage disease , fats called sphingolipds accumulates in side the cells of body due to lack of an enzyme (in all cells of body) 'sphingomyelinase' nih has trail drug cyclodextrim efficacy not known , please seek supportive groups like nnpdf.Org you and your family need this for help and latest developments. ...Read more
It depends ...: It depends on the cause. An enlarged liver can be secondary to fat in the liver (most common) or from infilatrative disease (such as cancer). An enlarged spleen can be secondary to cirrhosis or some of the blood disorders. It would be important for your doctor to determine why you have this, so that it can be treated if possible. ...Read more
Various reasons.: Fetal hepatosplenomegaly, once confirmed, may be seen with several fetal syndromes, such as torch infections (fetal infections: CMV mostly), glycogen storage disorders (genetic), beckwith-wiedemann syndrome, neuroblastoma, liver tumors (hepatoblastoma, hemangioendothelioma, leukemia), unctontrolled maternal diabetes mellitus and fetal anemia. Also see: http://women.Texaschildrens.Org/fetalcenter/. ...Read more
U/S Liver mildly enlarged (17.5 in MCL), spleen 14.5 cm mild hepatosplenomegaly? Gastroenterologist isn't concerned? BP 130/80 rare alcohol
Why was the: Ultrasound done? Do you have any hemoglobinopathy? If you do not have any symptoms then you may be okay ...Read more
I recently had a CT scan which showed hepatosplenomegaly and lung problems and I am sick. What could it be?
My husband is having fever since 12 days and treated for typhoid since 5 days. His ultrasonography shows hepatosplenomegaly. He has fever and headache?
CT scan says: Hepatosplenomegaly, w/ hepatic steatosis. I'm diabetic and have had stomach pain vomiting & diareaha for 3 weeks. Lost 20#. Any ideas?
Viral hepatitis?: These are very worrisome signs and symptoms. Please see your doctor right away. Please drink plenty of fluids. Please refrain from use of alcohol at all right now. Take half of your usual insulin dose while ill. If the vomiting doesn't resolve tonight, go to the ER. It could be several things from viruses like Epstein-Barr, hepatitis, or something worse like cancer. ...Read more
No but painful: A gout attack is one of the most severe joint pains that you can experience. The most common site is the big toe. Other symptoms of gout can be kidney stones (also painful) or chalky deposits in the skin ( painful if large and draining through the skin). Gout can cause joint deformity. The good news is that gout is a very treatable disease with dietary changes and medications. Gout is not fatal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No, but...: No, the anxiety itself won't kill you, and it's important to remind yourself of that. At the same time, anxiety is an independent risk factor for suicide... So get thee to a doctor and get the help you need. Anxiety can be effectively treated with help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Spermatoceles are often painless. They just make a lump. They won't kill you but they can be uncomfortable if they are large and causing pressure. You don't need anything done if it doesn't bother you just make sure it's a spermatocele and not a tumor in the testis! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe: Depends on severity. A mild to moderate case will improve with hydration and supportive measures. A more severe case is still treatable but can lead to complications such as kidney failure (temporary or permanent), irregular heart beat, and/or respiratory failure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very rarely.: But it has been reported.Get a more detailed answer ›
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