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Abdominal pain, chronic condition. CT scan shows nephrolithiasis with umbilical hernia, fatty liver. Treatment?

since 6-7 years i had pain in my whole abdomen.i had many test but all reports are medicines cured me.yesturday i had a ct scan . impression are-non-obstructive left sided nephrolithiasis with a umbilical hernia with fatty infiltration of liver . non specific subcentimeter sized indeterminate mesennteric nodes noyed in mesentery
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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Thanks for writing in HCM.
The results of Ct scanning explains the cause for symptoms. Each disease of individual organ system needs to be dealt with seperately to relieve you of symptoms.
The priorities would be 1. Umbilical hernia, 2. fatty liver and 3. Nephrolithiasis assuming that there is no outflow obstruction.
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Answered: Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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