sir in my sister ultra sound report liver is mildly enlarged in size(15.4cms).linear echogenic areas are seen in left lobe segment ivB of liver.gastric wall appears edematous upto 2.6cms in thickness ...
liver was inlarged but that is not why i was in the ER for what does that mean if you have an inlarged liver and what can i do i am not a every day drinker but i do at a gettgeather. i am on some meds ...
Hello Sir, My SGPT 71 and Bilurubin 2.1 on 5/09/14 Test before that SGPT 65 and Bilurubin 1.9 on 28/08/14 . In Ultra Sound test Liver is midly enlarged and all other report is normal. Doctor Prescribed Urosol 300 ...
from usg report the liver appears enlarged measuring 154mm in mid clavicular line. evidence of a well defined hyperechoic SOL measuring 16.6mm in diameter in right lobe. intrahepatic billiary radicles ...
liver with the (stethoscope). She asked me to breathe in and out as usual and immediately asked me if I take alcohol. I answered in the affirmative. She then said my liver could be bigger but added she could ...
hi sir my name is santosh, my dad is havy drinker, yesterday we have scan over dady stomuk in locel hospitel, the report shows liver size growth 3 mm compairing to normal size, and the dad stomuk size also ...
Enlargedliver is called Hepatomegaly .It isn't a disease. It's a sign of an underlying problem, such as liver disease, congestive heart failure or cancer.
There is a large number of conditions that can cause hepatomagaly including:cirrhosis ,hepatitis,Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease ,Alcoholic fatty liver disease,heart failure,cancer etc
Depending on the cause it can be dangerous or no.
Can an enlargedliver be reduced%3F
Hi thanks for using HCM. Yes this can be reduced if we remove the causative agent like infection or obstruction or some drugs.
I have an Enlargedliver should i be worried
Thanks for the query
Enlargedliver is always pathological and should be evaluated for in detail. Please approach a gastroentrologist for further follow up.
Most common reasons are fatty liver, infections, tumour and alcoholism.
Do not ignore this any further and get it evaluated as soon as possible
I hope I was of help