Get your Health question answered in 3 easy steps
A Doctor will be with you shortly
Ask a Doctor Now
184 Doctors are Online

Inflammation of the pancreas with little fluid accumulation - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
User rating for this question
Excellent Posted in: General Health
Answered by

General & Family Physician
Practicing since : 2008
Answered : 3492 Questions
User :   hi
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :  
How can I help you?
User :   i have a problem of pancratitcs

User :  
ultra sound todays report : few very tiny echogenic foci seen in the gall bladder suggestive calculi
*a collection seen in the body and tail of pancreas with internal echos with an irregular soft tissue component seen suggestive of pseudopancreatic cyst
Doctor :  
Ok
Doctor :  
I understand
Doctor :  
that you have pancreatic cyst
Doctor :  
*pseudo
User :  
ok
User :  
doctor told me for a operation for galblader
User :  
stone
Doctor :   Yes

User :  
then whats ur idea
Doctor :  
Since you had an episode of acute pancreatitis
Doctor :  
and gall bladder stones is also a cause of ac pancreatitis
Doctor :  
My opinion is to go with the doctor advice
User :  
is there any risk in this operation
Doctor :  
Lesser the risk, more earlier it is done
User :  
after this operation all the problem will solve ?
User :   tell

Doctor :  
The cause is solved
Doctor :   but you should be careful as always
Doctor :  
with good food and diet
Doctor :  
without alcohol
Doctor :  
since there is a cyst
Doctor :  
in the pancreas
User :  
at present i have a acute pancratitcs or not
User :  
?
Doctor :   It is a complication of acute pancreatitis
User :  
i have this problem from last six month will u tell me why its not improvement
Doctor :  
Do you have episodes of pain?
User :  
yes i have today
Doctor :  
still
User :  
yes
Doctor :  
might be bcos of Gall bladder stone
User :  
i have last ultra sound report will u check and tell me something improvement or not
Doctor :  
Improvement is certainly there
User :   ENLARGED HYPOECHOIC PANCREAS WITH ILL DEFINED IRREGULAR MARGINS.
* LITTLE FLUID COLLECTION SEEN IN THE LESSER SAC.
*A FLUID COLLECTION SEEN IN THE ANTERIOR PARARENAL SPACE ANTERIOR TO THE BODY OF PANCREAS.
*A WELL DEEFINED FLUID COLLECTION SEEN AROUND THE PANCREAS IN THE TAIL OF PANCREAS
*ACUTE PANCREATITIS WITH PSEUDO PANCREATIC CYST
* FREE FLUID SEEN IN THE PERITONEAL CAVITY

Doctor :  
Yes there is certain improvement
Doctor :  
But it still takes time to come to normal
User :   after operation
Doctor :  
look acute pancreatitis is a major condition, so it takes lot of time to improve
User :  
?
Doctor :   Yes
User :  
ok
Doctor :  
Operation is necessary as the stone can cause
Doctor :  
acute pancreatitis recurrent episodes
Doctor :  
and sometime later can damage the entire pancreas
User :  
what ur think about improvent in last and todays ultra sound
Doctor :  
So please go with the doctor's suggestion
Doctor :  
yes the fluid is absorbed
Doctor :  
most of it
Doctor :  
The other organs are visible unlike the previous
Doctor :  
report
Doctor :  
They could not find out the gall bladder stone previously
Doctor :  
because of the acute congestion and fluid all over
Doctor :  
Now they are able to see it
Doctor :  
Ok?
User :  
yes
Doctor :  
Did you follow?
User :  
yes i will operate it
Doctor :  
Good
Doctor :  
It is a complex surgery done simply with latest
Doctor :  
laparoscopic techniques
Doctor :  
The hospitalisation is less now a days
Doctor :  
The post op complications are also not sever
User :  
they say me 4 days
Doctor :  
yes
Doctor :  
Kindly go for it
Doctor :  
Ok?
User :  
dr telll me after operataion i will be fit and fine as before ?
Doctor :  
For everything else
Doctor :  
you will be fine
Doctor :  
and do good
User :  
ok
User :  
have a nice day
User :  
bye
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting us

Doctor :  
Bye Good night
Question is related to
Diseases and Conditions
Medical Topics
© Ebix, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
All the information, content and live chat provided on the site is intended to be for informational purposes only, and not a substitute for professional or medical advice. You should always speak with your doctor before you follow anything that you read on this website. Any health question asked on this site will be visible to the people who browse this site. Hence, the user assumes the responsibility not to divulge any personally identifiable information in the question. Use of this site is subject to our Terms & Conditions
Already Rated.
Your rating:

Ask a Doctor