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What does this CECT scan report indicate?

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Dr. Manjunath Metri

General Surgeon

Practicing since :2005

Answered : 383 Questions

Posted on Tue, 29 May 2018 in General Health
Question: Hello Doctor,
Thanks for enquiringly about my health.
My complain was I have pain in the right side of my pubic , up to the groin.
Pain persists still. It’s more in the nights.
cECT Scan of abdomen and Pelvis result-
1. Features of mild chronic Sacroiliitis on the right side.
2. Lumbar spondylosis.
3. Mild diffuse vertical wall thickening-? Cystitis. Suggested clinical correlation.what should I do .met orthopaedic and urologist it did not help. Pain persists.
Answered by Dr. Manjunath Metri 37 minutes later
Brief Answer:
Physiotherapy is the best..

Detailed Answer:
Hi and thank you XXXX for contacting me directly on HealthcareMagic..

I read your question completely and have understood it well enough..

Please note..

1. Pain, right side of the pubic bone extending to groin.
Yes Chronic Sacroilitis can cause such pain..

And physiotherapy is the best advised treatment.
Along with Ultrasound Heat therapy if available.

2. Lumbar Spondylosis is not a major concern..

3. Cystitis Is urinary bladder inflammation..
And usually, it should subside by then..

4. Best is, if possible to get a CT plain of KUB region.
And see if there are any stones.

And, start physiotherapy..

Hope this helps you..
In case you need further assistance, please contact me directly. Take care..
I will be happy to help you in future as well..

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