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Posted on Tue, 10 May 2016
Question: Mild Nonspecific hepatomegaly.
Well Distinct GB , Mildly thick walled with a small calculas.
Mild amount of free fluid in Pelvis and morrisons pouch
Pancreas appear slightly bulky and is obscured. May need s.amylase correlation and follow up review.
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Answered by Dr. BR Hudda (3 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Hepatitis with stone in gall bladder, please provide more information

Detailed Answer:
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welcome to Health Care Magic, I have gone through your question and reports you have attached with it very diligently and I will try to help you out in best possible way.

Your reports suggestive of high bilirubin and high liver enzymes (290IU/L).
ultrasound is suggestive if hepatomegaly means enlargement of liver with small stone in gall bladder.

Since pancreas appears slightly bulky so serum amylase to be done to rule out pancreatitis

Free fluids in pelvis might be related to pelvic inflammatory disease or urogenital infection

Here, I would like further information to guide you better

Are you running fever ?
Are you passing yellowish color urine?
How's your appetite ?
Any relevant medical history like diabetes or if you are taking any medicine due to any particual ailments ?

I would advise you to take rest, not to exert, have lots of fluids, fruit juices and glucose mixed water .

Please write back to me with these details so that I will be able to you more accurately.

Waiting for your reply
Best wishes
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Brief Answer: Hepatitis with stone in gall bladder, please provide more information Detailed Answer: Hello welcome to Health Care Magic, I have gone through your question and reports you have attached with it very diligently and I will try to help you out in best possible way. Your reports suggestive of high bilirubin and high liver enzymes (290IU/L). ultrasound is suggestive if hepatomegaly means enlargement of liver with small stone in gall bladder. Since pancreas appears slightly bulky so serum amylase to be done to rule out pancreatitis Free fluids in pelvis might be related to pelvic inflammatory disease or urogenital infection Here, I would like further information to guide you better Are you running fever ? Are you passing yellowish color urine? How's your appetite ? Any relevant medical history like diabetes or if you are taking any medicine due to any particual ailments ? I would advise you to take rest, not to exert, have lots of fluids, fruit juices and glucose mixed water . Please write back to me with these details so that I will be able to you more accurately. Waiting for your reply Best wishes