Thanks for your concern.
simply means that the liver is slightly increased in size.
To find the cause she needs blood tests (liver function tests)
2/-- Lymph nodes help body fight disease. They trap and destroy microscopic germs.
Mesenteric nodes are found in a membrane that attaches the intestine to the abdominal wall.
The most common cause of swollen mesenteric nodes is a viral infection of the intestine like that causes diarrhoea. The other common cause is an upper respiratory infection
. Uncommon causes include tuberculosis
, typhoid, crohn's disease,appendicitis
More often the enlarged nodes are a chance finding on ultrasound & cause in not found.
3/-Small free fluid in pelvic cavity
& POD (pouch of douglos) is also often a common incidental finding on ultrasound scan & has no significance.
4/--Her x ray findings are also non specific.
There is no need to panic.
I would advise you to see a paediatrician who after detailed history taking & physical examination can plan some more tests to solve the problem.
Hope you find the information helpful.