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Mild hepatosplenomegaly - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hi,
User :   i recently had 2mm kidney stone,
User :   i had a ct scan done
User :   Hi
User :  
How can I help you?
User :   where the impression was " 2-3mm right UVJ stone was diagnosed
User :  
User :  
User :   i followed it with urologist
User :   im ok with it
User :  
User :   the other impression was Heptapleenomegaly
User :  
User :   it is said " the liver and spleen may be slightly enlarged
User :   liver measurses 12 cm in craniocaudal length and
User :   12.5 cm in transverse diameter
User :  
User :   no large space occuping masses r cn with th liver
User :   spleen or pancreas
User :   no large gall stones r present
User :   Ok

User :   so this is the report
User :   i want to know all about heptaspleenomegaly
User :   what is this
User :   pls doctor
User :   guide me in this
User :  
Hepatospleenomegaly refers to a condition where there is enlargement of both liver and spleen.
User :   ok
User :  
It can occur due to multiple problems.
User :   why u get this
User :  
They could be due to problems in the blood/liver/following certain infection.
User :   ok
User :   then
User :   how will i know what is my problem
User :   I cannot comment on what may be your problem without an history.
User :  
So may I know a few detail about you.
User :   go ahead
User :  
May I know your age and gender?
User :   im female , 33yrs
User :   then in ct scan report, blood report
User :  
May I know why the test was done?
User :   wbc- 13.9, rbc-4.78,
User :   yes bcoz i had pain in my right abdomen
User :   i was rushed to hopital they said i had a stone in rt kideny
User :  
User :   then they had CT Scan
User :   HGB-11.4, HCT-34.4, MCV-71.8, MCH- 23.9,
User :   THIS is in the report
User :   r u there
User :   Since how many days did you suffer from the pain?
User :   that day only and got admitted
User :   immead
User :  
User :   i mean the same day
User :   Did you also have vomiting?
User :   yes
User :   i followd it with urologist
User :   now im ok withit , stone has passed
User :   im not concerned with the kidney stone
User :   Ok
User :  
Do you consume alcohol?
User :   pls tell me abt heptaspleenomegaly
User :   no
User :  
User :   i dont take alcohol at all
User :   Are you on any medication?
User :   no
User :   im very healthy , but little extra weight
User :  
User :   169 is my weight
User :  
Do you have any other medical problems?
User :   , 5.3 is height
User :   doctor, is it anything to do with heptatis, as the name sounds
User :   One cannot predict hepatitis with just the presence of hepatosplenomegaly.
User :   ok
User :  
It needs few more tests to know that.
User :   ok
User :   The hepatosplenomegaly that you have is not a severe one,
User :   ok
User :  
and can be a non significant finding too.
User :  
As the other tests are normal.
User :   but is there any probability dat if u have heptaspleenomegly u can have heptatis also
User :   hello doctor
User :   fast running out of time
User :   Hepatitis in the early stages present more with hepatomegaly than hepatosplenomegaly
User :   ok doctor
User :   anyways to contact u
User :  
If you have history of exposure,
User :   no
User :   Then you do not have to worry on the hepatitis.

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