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Ultrasound scan report shows enlarged spleen, high hemoglobin, low HDL levels. Reason for enlarged liver?

Hi, I recently had an ultrasound scan that indicated that my spleen is enlarged. Some bloods also reported that my HDL C levels are low and that I have high heamoglobin levels. I have HCV however, the scan reported that the condition of my liver is OK. I feel well and have no apparent symptoms. If my liver is ok what other causes could there be for the enlarged liver?
Asked On : Mon, 27 Aug 2012
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If your liver enzymes are normal then your HCV is under control.As far as enlarged spleen is concerned might be due to some infectious cause,for whic you first require to do blood counts along with peripheral smear.
Answered: Mon, 30 Dec 2013
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