Maybe bone lesion due to alkaline phosphatase
Thanks for asking.
I am Dr. Jyothi BL and I will be answering your query.
Based on your clinical history and query, my opinion is as follows.
1. Fat, female, above forty, gall stones
are strongly suspect. Also tumors of gall bladder
are seen. Maybe this was the reason for ultrasound. It leads to possible obstruction and jaundice.
2. Numbness in feet appears to be due to peripheral neuropathy
, possibly due to diabetes, vitamin B12
or B6 deficiency, alcoholism, certain medication or uremia etc. Numbness is initial presentation. Later burning pain can develop.
3. The nerve sheath tumor
could be pressing on sensory nerves. Site of tumor and correlation necessary.
4. No organs resemble like gall bladder on ultrasound investigations. Enzymes like alkaline phosphatase and gamma glutamyl transferase are useful for blood investigation. Certain bone conditions can elevate alkaline phosphatase. Enzymes level due to bone lesions, could have made your doctor ask for scan.
Hope it helps.
Any further queries, happy to help again.
Dr. Jyothi BL