Explanation Of The Results Of Abdominal Ultrasound?
Greetings healthy. My mother suffered from cervical CA stage 3B. He has undergone chemotherapy and radiotherapy. This morning he performed an ultrasound of the abdomen (liver), spleen, pancreas, kidney as an evaluation. The results are conclusions from the abdominal ultrasound: 1. Uterus cervical mass that extends to the uterine fundus and infiltrates a portion of the VU and rectum walls.2. Multiple cystic lesions of the right 6th and 8.DD hepatic segment: 1. Cystic metastases, 2. Primary cystic lesions.3. Minimal pleural effusion effusion and douglass cavum fluid collection. Hydronephrosis and bilateral hydroureter. That conclusions, I am really curious while the doctor who handles new mothers can be found early next month. Please help explain because I want to know the results immediately. Thank you.
Good evening, thank you for the question.
For the results of this ultrasound, the doctor who reads the ultrasound should read it because it has specialized competence.
I will try to help answer according to my competition yes:
from the results of the ultrasound, 1. obtained mass that extends to the area around the cervix, to the buttocks, 2. there is a mass in the form of fluid from the right side of the liver in parts 6 and 8 due to suspicion of the spread of cancer, and there is also a period of liquid that indeed comes from the liver, there is a little fluid in the right lung, and fluid around the cervix, there is also fluid in the kidneys and ureter (ureter) right and left.
Thus the results ma'am, you should immediately consult with other obstetricians first if you want to know the results.
Things you can do:
- carry out chemotherapy and radiotherapy as directed by the doctor
-Keep your diet to not acidic, spicy and foods that do not contain substances that are cancer-triggering (carcinogenic) such as burnt-burning, fast food and others
the rest is enough sleep 8 hours per day
- overcome the side effects of chemotherapy by consulting the treating doctor
Thus, hopefully useful :)