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Done blood test, reduced hemoglobin. Ultrasonography showed SOL liver and enlarged prostate. Suggestions?

My father - age 85 years - facing severe animia ,Hemoglobine content redeuced to 6.4 - doctors diagonised by whole abdomen CT Scan and did not find any cause of it , 3.0 units whole bloode , 3.0 units ( 100 ml each ) of human albumin has given to him. Now they are asking for endoscopy and kolonoscopy. Please suggest whether he can wiithstand those diagonosis? His Bloode pressure is normal, ECG report is good, On Ultra sonography report ( prior CT Scan ) it was found SOL Leaver and enlarge prosted. We are in trouble as the proper reason of deterioration of Hemoglobin content is not traced out. Please suggest. Thanks with Regards Sanjoy. email address : YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
Is his stool report shows presence of blood or occult blood ?If yes then the investigations suggested is extremely necessary.To find out any pathological abnormality for microscopic blood loss is required.
A liver biopsy is also needed to diagnose Space occupying lesion of Liver.
Liver abnormality also causes severe anemia.
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