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What does multiple healed ulcers mean in an Ultrasound scan report of abdomen ?

Age - 53 Yrs, Height - 160 cm,Weight - 45 Kg,BP - 120/74, Pulse - 72, Pain in stomach since 2009, Stomach size incresing, U/S Report - Ascities, Stool discharge - 4 -5 times daily,Urine Colour - deep Yellow,Glocose Fasting - 68 mg/dL, Creatinine - 0.70 mg/dL, AFP 35000 ng/ml, Liver Panel Screen : SGOT(AST) - 398 U/L, SGPT(ALT) - 115 U/L, ALP - 222 U/L, Bilirubin(TOTAL) - 6.89 mg/dL, Bilirubin(direct) - 4.67 mg/dL, Protein total - 8 g/dL,Albumin - 2.40 g/dL, A : G Ratio - 0.43, In Urine Pus Cells : 5-7 WBC/HPF, Epithelial Cells - ++ (in fair numbers), HEMOGRAM : Hb - 12 g/dL, Packed cell volume - 33.8 % Leukocyte Count, total - 5.94, RBC - 3.37 MILL/MM3, MCV - 100.3 fL, MCH - 35.6 g/dL, RDW 16.9 %, Platelet Count - 100 thou/mm3, Diff % Leukocyte Counts:Segmented Neutrophills - 68. 7 %, Lymphocytes - 13.6 %, Monocytes - 12.5 %,Eosinophils - 4.90 %, Basophills - 0.3 %, Diff.Absolute Leukocyte Count: Neutrophil - 4.08 thou/mm3, Lymphocyte - 0.81 thou/mm3, Monocyte - 0.74 thou/mm3, Eosinophills - 0.29 thou/mm3,Basophill - 0.02 thou/mm3, Westergren - 92 mm/hr. Duodenum : Bulb - Multiple healted ulcers seen and second part is normal in Upper GI Endoscopy
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Dear kamlesh, thanx for joining HCM u r suffering from MULTIPLE HEALTED ULCER n liver disorder it is due to ur in proper medication and seems u r alcohlic go to gastroenterologist not any other.thanx
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