My mom aged 64yrs. Doctor said she got liver cancer due to large liver tumor in the right lobe of liver associated with small porta hepatis lymph node and 2 small lung nodules. Hepatoma with early lung metasis is suspected. But for her full blood test showed that Alpha fetoprotein is 24.5, AST is 88 and ALT is 88. For Hepatitis A , Hepatitis B and Hepatits C is negative. Currently my mom referring to liver specialist for further investigation. But I need your comment please. thanks .
Hi doctor, I m a student nurse and I ve been assigned to a patient who was diagnosed of Hepatoma Right Lobe, Metastasis Lungs Right-sided Hypertrophy...she also has hepatitis B. she s 88 years old and she was admitted to NOPH, one of the government hospitals in the Philippines. She s comatosed and the last time that I truly had contact with her was on April 16. I m just curious...What should be the ideal discharge planning for a patient with liver cancer? I mean, what should be the proper medications, proper activities, treatment, and diet? Thanks... :)
i want to know the meaning of this sir,.. well defined heterogenously enhancing iso to hypodense lesion (7.6 * 6.5 *5.0) at segment 8 and 7 of liver with areas of arterioportal shunting within. CECT findings are in favor of hepatoma.
I need to know what to expect in the near future with someone who has stage 4 liver cancer . Chemo and other traditional treatments didnt work and now are about to start some sort of experimental medication. They are in alot of pain and has lost approx 35 libs. said to be moving around a little better since chemo was stopped but now has a blood clot around where chemo was admitted. I am scared it is getting close to the end but not for sure as I dont know much about this horriable disease. Please help me understand. They have not discussed her chances with the family or her yet. Does that mean that the point of survival is mute ? how long could she have left ?
Hi, Can you please explain what the following MRI report means (and ultrasounds) re: my liver and gallbladder (t2 hyperintensive progressive nodular enhancing hepatic lesions)? What does most in keeping... mean? Could it be something else? Why am...
Hi, I have been having regular ultrasounds for gallbladder. However, recent findings showed lesions in liver. 1. Can you please explain what the reports mean? Hyperechoic foci? diffusely echogenic vs central? Cortial kidney cyst? 2. What and why...
Hi Doctor, My report shows - liver is mildly enlarged in size with increased echogenicity. what does this mean also my husbands reports shows calcification in right lobe of liver? Calcified Granuloma also left renal cortical cyst Please advise if there is any issue and also the remedy for it
Hi doctors, great site that i hope everybody get benfit of it. My wife has a Homogenous Texture in the liver which increased from 22X20MM to 30X25MM from 16/10/2010 until 3/3/2012. It is seen in right Lobe echogenic focal lesion with the above mentioned measure, no billiary radicle dilatation were detected.
HI MY NAME IS ISHTIAQ NABI... AGED 24 YEARS...FEW DAYS BACK I FELT LITTLE ABDOMENON PAIN....DOCTOR ADVISED ME FOR AN ULTRASOUND... MY ULTRASOUND REPORT SAYS....ON REAL TIME B-MODE SONOGRAPHY, LIVER IS NORMAL IN SIZE AND ECHOPATTERN..... AN ILL DEFINED ECHOGENIC SOL MEASURING UPTO 77X51MM SIZE IS SEEN INVOLVING RIGHT LOBE OF LIVER.... IMPRESSION: LIKELY LARGE HEMANGIOMA IN RIGHT LOBE OF LIVER..... PLEASE SUGGEST ME WHAT TO DO IN THIS CASE... HOW CRITICAL IS IT.... HERE I WOULD LIKE TO MENTION I AM NOT FEELING ANY KIND OF PAIN IN MY LIVER AT ALL.....
a ct scam reveals i have a5.3x3.6cm bilobed cystic abnormality in the subdiaphragmatic segment vlll of the right lobe of liver. multiple tiny 2-3 mm cysts are also seen scattered in both lobes of liver .Is this a serious condition? and what causes this?