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Treatment for hepatic nodule in the liver - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Excellent Posted in: Liver and Gall Bladder
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Doctor :   hi
User :   AAAAAAA
Doctor :   how can i help
User :   i was just looking on wikipedia and i found that the treatmant for a hepatic nodule in the liver
User :   has to removed
User :   but my doctor has just taken me off the pill and kept an eye on it
User :   should i push for something more?this thing can rupture
Doctor :   there is a school of thought
Doctor :   to manage conservatively as long as it is silent
User :   ok so as long as it shrinks it should be left alone
Doctor :   even if that does not sink
Doctor :   if it stays as it is
User :   oh ok..i wont let it worry me then.sometimes goggle is good...sometimes not so good...
Doctor :   fill this and say when done
User :   thanx for done
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