Explanation Of The Results Of Abdominal Ultrasound?
Tonight, I want to ask about the results of my mother’s abdominal ultrasound examination. Liver: the size and echo of parenkin are within normal limits. There seems to be vascular dilatation and bile duct. one diameter 0.54cm Pancreas: size and echo parenchyma within normal limits. appear echo mass / cystLien: size and echo parenchyma normal, invisible echo mass / cyst Right kidney: echo parenchyma increases, appears to be slightly dilated PCS, appears echo stones with normal diameter 0.98cm Left kidney: small size with thin cortex, no visible dilatation PCS, visible echo stones with a diameter of 1.5 cmVU: normal wall and mucosal, invisible echo stones / mass No visible echo of free fluid in the pleural cavity and peritoneal cavity. Complaints of pain stomach part seblah right and bottom. Explanation please????
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The results of abdominal ultrasound that your mother does indicate the possibility of stones in the gallbladder, and in the left or right kidney. The rest can be said to be normal and has little to do with complaints of right and lower abdominal pain.
So if you look at the main complaints and the results of the ultrasound, the condition that your mother might have is between kidney stones or gallstones. But apart from that, it is also not impossible that even though there are stones in the kidneys and gall, they have not been disturbing enough to cause symptoms, and just happened to be detected at the time of an ultrasound examination even though the stone has been there since before the complaint did not exist. That way the possible causes of his condition are now more extensive, including appendicitis, intestinal inflammation, urinary tract infections, and maybe even cysts or myoma in the uterus.
Therefore, it is important that the diagnosis is made directly by the doctor who requested the test. Because through this forum we can only see from one side, which is the side that you wrote down. We do not know how old your mother is, whether she is menstruating or menopausal, whether she has complaints of urination, and what medication and history she has. We suggest discussing these results with the doctor who requested the examination to be carried out, and discussing all about the handling. For example kidney stones, whether to do shooting with sound waves, or can with oral medication, or even have surgery and such.
Meanwhile, to help reduce pain, you can take over-the-counter anti-pain and anti-inflammatory drugs by reading the rules of use listed, warm compresses or sticking patches on the location of pain, and consumption of warm drinks. So, hopefully answering your question.