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Right upper quadrant pain first in front and then in back to side and down into groin. Blood, urine, ultrasound and X-ray normal. 2 mos in pain. Why?

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Dr. Ronald Holzman
Radiology
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In brief: Need work up.

Possibilities: gallbladder, pancreas, kidney stones to small to visualize by X-ray, or possibly bowel.
Will need to see your Dr. Will probably get ultrasound and CT. May need MRI.

In brief: Need work up.

Possibilities: gallbladder, pancreas, kidney stones to small to visualize by X-ray, or possibly bowel.
Will need to see your Dr. Will probably get ultrasound and CT. May need MRI.
Dr. Ronald Holzman
Dr. Ronald Holzman
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Dr. Michael Gross
basically the same answer as mine it need to be evaluated
Dr. Michael Gross
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis

In brief: RUQ

Could be anything bur RUQ pain is where the gallbladder is located see your PCP will need an US or CT

In brief: RUQ

Could be anything bur RUQ pain is where the gallbladder is located see your PCP will need an US or CT
Dr. Michael Gross
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