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Enlarged Spleen, treatment and surgery - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
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How can I help you?
User :   hello
User :   I would like to enquiry regard enlarge the spleen
Doctor :  
Sure I can help you
Doctor :  
Please proceed with your questions
User :   what is the reason, and should my wife has to remove it?
Doctor :   Ok let me tell you about it
User :   ok thanks
Doctor :  
Enlargement of spleen is medically called as Splenomegaly
Doctor :  
The enlargement of spleen happens sometimes for good and some times for bad
User :   should my wife has to remove it?
User :   is it dangerous
Doctor :   I have to know the reason why the spleen is enlarged
Doctor :   for your wife
User :   no doctors know why had happened?
Doctor :  
and then I can tell you whether it should be removed or not
Doctor :   Yes removal of spleen sometimes is a life saving procedure
Doctor :  
Which part of world do you stay?
User :   they told us that some reasons caused this huge
User :   Syria
Doctor :  
I need to have a lengthy discussion with you to help you

Doctor :  
better and make you more knowledgeable
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