Examination Of The Right Abdomen And Chest?
Tonight, I want to ask … What should be the best check for diseases of the stomach and chest? I have checked at the hospital with Dr. Spada and the blood plus urine lab test, but the results are different from the same test with a different doctor … Please be a solution, is a general check-up able to detect the disease more accurately?
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The stomach and chest are inhabited by various kinds of organs, ranging from the lungs, bronchi, heart, throat, stomach, duodenum, small intestine, large intestine, liver, spleen, bile duct, pancreas, kidney, urethra, bladder, uterus, prostate , the fallopian tubes, ovaries, blood vessels, skin, muscles, bones and other structures that support them. Because of the large number of organs that compose them, there are also many types of diseases that can cause complaints in the stomach and chest area. In some conditions, complaints in the stomach and chest can also arise due to psychological disorders or disorders of organs in other parts of the body that spread to the abdomen and chest area.
Diagnosing diseases of the stomach and chest area can often be done simply based on a structured interview and a regular physical examination. However, in more severe conditions, doctors may also need to carry out supporting examinations, for example laboratory tests, x-rays, ultrasound, endoscopy, heart records, spirometry, biopsy, CT scan, and so on. The right specialist doctor to treat diseases in the stomach and chest area can also vary, depending on the type of disease.
It needs to be clarified first, exactly what complaints do you experience in your stomach and chest area? How long have you had this complaint? What examinations have you undergone to find out the cause of the complaint?
Due to the very limited information you provide regarding your complaint and type of illness, it is very difficult for us to identify what kind of examination and treatment is right for you at this time. However, as an early detection step, you should check with a general practitioner first. With a thorough interview assisted by a physical examination and some initial supporting tests, your general practitioner can determine whether you need to be referred to a particular specialist, and what specialist is right for dealing with your complaint and disease.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah