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Liver, spleen and uterus is moderately enlarged, gas and fluid seen in stomach. Concerned

1. Liver is moderately enlarged and mildly hypo echoic. 2. Spleen is moderately enlarged and homogenous in echotexture. 3.Bowel loops seems to be slightly more distended. 4.Mild inflammation of bowel loops. 5.Gas and fluid are seen in stomach . 6.. Uterus is mildly bulky and enlarged.Small amount of fluid is seen in pouch of dagulas. MILD P.I.D.
Asked On : Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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You need to get treatment as soon as possible and even get admitted in the hospital depending upon the condition of the patient. We have to find out the cause for all the abnormality found in your report and need little more blood investigations to get to a diagnosis. A CT or MRI abdomen may be needed.
Consult your doctor immediately and starts your treatment.
Best Wishes and get well soon
Answered: Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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