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Ultrasound Of Abdomen Shows Bulls Eye
Bull's eye by US: Ultrasound images can be very helpful to clinicians: they are pretty easy to obtain, not too expensive, very safe for patients and often lead to diagnosis. When the bowel telescopes on itself, aka intussuseption, it causes pain and obstruction and quickly becomes an emergency. With the walls of the bowel telescoped or folded onto themselves it looks like a target or bull's eye on ultrasound. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
An ultraound, also known as a sonogram, is a painless and relatively inexpensive imaging test that utilizes sound waves instead of ionizing radiation. There are no side effects. Ultrasound can give us two-dimensional, and in some applications three-dimensional, images of structures and organs in virtually any part of the body. In addition to diagnostic uses, such as evaluating abnormalities in the abdomen, pelvis, and breast, ultrasounds are commonly used to guide needle and catheter placement in a variety of surgical ...Read more
Mri abd prob focal modular hyperplasia & cyst (small) on liver. If md orders ultrasound of abdomen, what will it show that the MRI didn't is us needed
See below: Us may be used to confirm the cyst if the MRI was not performed with contrast. Us does not help further characterize the focal nodular hyperplasia, although it can be used for future follow up. It may also be possible that biopsy of the "probable" focal nodular hyperplasia was recommended and us is done to see if this nodule can be seen on us for us-guided biopsy. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Hi I want to know if the whole CT scan of abdomen with color dye or whole ultrasound of abdomen show Colon (if there are issues in colon)?
Generally,: Ultrasound is not very useful for evaluating the colon. Whether CT is appropriate or not depends on your clinical picture. Talk to your doctor about your symptoms. ...Read more
I have gone through ultrasound of abdomen. The result/impression says "Mild hepatomegaly with steatotic changes". What does this mean?
Liver is sick: It means you have a large, swollen liver with possible fibrosis. It is very serious. ...Read more
Hello dr can you send me ur email address so that I can send you my reports regarding serum creatinine and ultrasound of abdomen need some guidance?
Send thru HealthTap: You should be able to send these results through HealthTap. If you don't know how to do that, try getting some assistance from support at HealthTap. ...Read more
I was never told I had scoliosis as a kid or teenager; but, found out last year I have moderate levoscoliosis. I've had back pain for 3 Mos. (had ultrasound of abdomen-all normal). Could scoliosis be causing the pain & why would I have scoliosis now?
Can cause pain: It might be simplistic to say you had scoliosis when you were younger and no one looked. Still I have seen over the years patients who developed scoliosis as they aged without reason behind it. Some develop because of spinal lesions. It is always a good idea to talk to your doctor and decide if more tests are needed ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hello sir I am suffering from testicular pain I have done all the tests including doppler ultrasound of abdomen and scortum but all are normal but the?
Urologist consult: You need to see a Urologist if all tests are normal. Have you ever been treated for an infection of the testicle? ...Read more
How is ultrasound of abdomen and pelvis done? Am I asked to take my clothes off? I'm 17 and will feel discomfort naked
You will probably: Need to change into a hospital gown. Ultrasound requires the use of gel on the skin, and you don't want that getting all over your clothes. Also, your clothing may hinder the technologist from being able to freely evaluate your abdomen. Only the area being scanned should be exposed. If the pelvic is transvaginal (it may not be), they will use a gel covered cylindrical probe inserted into the vagina. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Routine ultrasound of abdomen showed a dark spot with size 1.2cm. My CT scan without contrast is non-conclusive, should I have a CT with contrast?
Depends: Too many factors involved to comment. Ask the doctor who ordered the studies, or a specialist in the field of whatever organ the dark spot is on. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Pulsating pain/discomfort when pressing two fingers inwards in solar plexus area (1 inch). Only when standing. Why? Clear ultrasound of abdomen.
ESR level 36 age 63 all blood test reports normal, ultrasound of abdomen, X-ray chest and ECG normal but prostrate 25 gms but no abnormality, Possibl?
Non specific ESR: Mild increased ESR is common and non specific - it can be caused by inflammation or infection of any kind, by anemia, by pregnancy, and by certain drugs (EG, Dextran, methyldopa, oral contraceptives, penicillamine, procainamide, theophylline, and vitamin A). This test is more useful as a marker that indicates improvement or worsening of a previously diagnosed condition. ...Read more
Ultrasound of abdomen showed 1.2cm dark spot in the right lobe of liver. CT scan done without contrast, inconclusive. Do I need a CT with contrast?
Have chronic lower back pain spreading to pelvis Pain severe on right side. CT SCAN and ultrasound of abdomen clear. Lower back xray clear.
Mechanical Pain: It sounds like it could be Mechanical Backache. You have had the basic and important things checked. Maybe see a Physiotherapist and/or Biokinetisist to try help with a physical approach. ...Read more
Would an ultrasound of abdomen show hernia? If you're testicles hang very low-stomach protrudes out when empty not overweight, signs of what? Age 23
Physical Exam Best: A hernia is a hole in the abdominal wall through which the inner layer of the abdominal cavity stretches thru, creating a sac. The problem with ultrasounds (or even ct scans) is that they are usually done laying down; gravity and relaxation of the abdominal wall may allow the hernia to reduce and be missed. The best exam is done standing, with and without exertion. I recommend you see a surgeon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can you really measure head and femur lenghts in ultrasound? What does that mean? I had an ultrasound done on my 26 week old baby and the doctor said the femur length measued 26 weeks, but the head an abdomen were 29 weeks. Is this a sign of a deformity
What could be wrong if I am having these problems only with my left eye, and I've already had blood test and a ultrasound on my liver that r normal?
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Got ultrasound, mri. Found no gallbladder. Sgpt is 86.Mild steatosis on liver. Am 23.Taking hepamerz, golbi. I feel eyes heavy, weak, lost feeling. Help?
Can a liver hemangioma bad taste in mouth and cause dry eyes? Radioligist probably hemangioma small 2cm on ultrasound. Dr., might want to do scan? Can you determine if it is my an ultrasound only?
Dry eye: Your dry eye symptoms are not related to your liver lesion. I would recommend getting the scan to further evaluate the lesion. ...Read more
At my last ultrasound, my baby's head measured 33cm, belly was 34cm, and femur was 7.9cm. How much does my baby weigh? I was 37 1/2 weeks at the time.
Ask your doctor: The ultrasound machine will have generated an estimated fetal weight based on these measurements. Your doctor should have that report. That said, this is typically quite inaccurate as it is only within +/- a pound. So a "6 pd" baby on ultrasound can weigh anywhere from 5-7 pounds at birth! ...Read more
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