Would an abdominal CT scan show ulcers, gallstones or hernia? They found kidney stone on left kidney but right side hurts to, could be back, or muscle, ?

It can, but not . Always. Endoscopy is best test for duodenal ulcers and ultrasound for gallstones and hernias not evident on physical examination. Yes, your right sided pain could be musculoskeletal in origin. Ask your doctor for accurate diagnosis and proper treatment.
CT scan. A ct scan could show gallstones and a hernia but unlikely to see an ulcer. Hope this helps.

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