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Enlarged liver and spleen. Ultrasound shows increased parenchymal echotexture. Serious condition?

I am 37 years old , I got my Utrasound whole abdomen scan done today and the report say Liver is enlarged and shows generalised increased parenchymal echotexture and Spleen is midlly enlarged and shows noramal parenchymal echotexture. Kindly advise is it serious .what are the treatment and solution to be back to normal
Asked On : Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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You didn't write the reason for taking Ultrasound abdomen.
Enlargement of liver is called hepatomegaly and that of spleen is called Splenomegaly.If both are enlarged,it is called Hepatosplenomegaly.
There are many causes of Hepatosplenomegaly. Most common causes are Infections like Acute viral hepatitis,Malaria etc;Blood related diseases like Leukemia,Pernicious anaemia;Metabolic disorders,Chronic liver disease and portal hypertension etc.
You didn't mention whether you are alchoholic or not.
You have to consult your Physician/Gastroenterologist for further investigations and exclude the causes one by one.
All the best.
Hope everything comes normal.
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