Stomach swelling. Scans said mass lesion in right lobe of liver, likely malignant. What does it show?
Hi, My father(age 75+) is india, he has problem with stomach swelling. they did all scans(PET CT scan also). the summart in the report will be IMPRESSION PETCT: - Metabolically active large heterogeneously enhancing mass lesion in right lobe of liver - Likely malignant, Suggested HPE correlaŕion. Metabolically active hypodense nodule in left lobe of liver - Likely liver metastases. Metabolically active multiple noncalcific portal and retroperitoneal adenopathy - Likely nodal involvement. Small left supraclavicular Iymphncdes with mild increased metabolic activity - Metastatic, Suggested excision biopsy and HPE correlation. No evidence of pulmonary nodules. No evidence of metabolically active disease anywhere else in the body. Can i know is their any problem or why suggesting biopsy. please advise
Thanks for query.
It seems that your father is having mass in the liver and spreading in whole liver and in the lymph nodes above clavicular region.
They have asked for biopsy to confirm the diagnosis and if it is cancerous what type of malignancy is there.
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I am shivakumar my father name is d.chenveeraiah s/o. d.Bakkaiah, Aroor Village, Sadasivpet Mandal,Medak Dist.A.P.(India). my father suffering liver cancer problem. all hospital going but not improve. hyderabad indo-american cancer institute & research medical report details given below: SEROLOGY/IMMUNOLOGY TEST RESULT HIV I&II Ab(ECLIA) : Non-Reactive HbsAg(ECLIA) : POSITIVE HCV Ab(ELISA) : Non-Reactive METHOD: ELISA - ENZYME LINKED IMMUNOADSORBENT ASSAY ECLIA - ELECTROCHEMILUMINES IMMUNO ASSAY Dr. BHAVANI ESHWARAGARI, MICROBIOLOGIST. sir the above report see it my father report. CT SCAN OF ABDOMEN (ORAL & CONTRAST) Liver: Heterogenous irregular ill defined mass lession diffusely involving the right lobe of liver, & having 9.1 x6.2cms exophytic heterogeneous solid element seen (segment VIII,VII,VI,V) few irregular hyperdensities noted with in it (? bleed). The exophytic component seen to be reaching lower lobe of right lung. On post contrast delayed sectin is showing heterogenous enhancement. GB: Physiologically distended and shows normal wall thickness. No calculi or pericholecystic peripancreatic collections or pancreatic calcifications. Spleen is enlarged in size. No focal lesion seen. Kidneys: Normal in size and density . No focal lesion seen. They show normal post contrast concentrationand excreation. no calculi. no hydronephrosis. Urinary Bladder: Well distended with normal wall thickness. No culculi or diverticulae . Prostate: Normal is size and density. Aorta and IVC are normal. There is no evidence of any abdominal adenopathy or ascites. The small and large bowel loops are normal to the extent visualized. Appendix is not visualized. No evidence of any inflammatory pathology or loculated colllection in the right iliac fossa. IMPRESSION: HETEROGENEOUS ENHANCING HEPATIC MASS WITH? INTERNAL BLEED, S/O NEOPLASTIC ETIOLOGY(?HEPATECELLULAR)- SPLEENOMEGALY. ADV: FNAC Dr. Harish chander reddy. Radiologist. the above report is my father ; TUMOR MARKERS TEST RESULT REFERENCE RANGE Serum AFP 549.5 UPTO 10 IU/ml Method ECLIA Men & Non- preganant women and KIM hospital ULTRSOUND GUIDED FNAC REPORT: FINDINGS: Ultrasound guided FNAC of mass lesion in the right lobe of liver was performed under local anaesthesia with all aspeptic precautions. procedure was performed with 22G needle. Procedure was uneventful and tolerated well by the patient. ? esophageal candidias s please any treatment in ayurvedic medicine. help me sir.. sir my father all report sending for liver cancer reports any medicin and ayruvedic medicin i wainting for your replay my mail id : YYYY@YYYY , YYYY@YYYY
I had an ultrasound today and it states I have a fatty liver. What does that mean exactly, and my gallbladder is 3mm in thickness with sludge visualised. here is a copy of the report... REASON FOR EXAM: Right upper quadrant pain. Nausea. History of diabetes. The gallbladder wall measures 3 mm in thickness. Slight sludge is noted. No definite gallstones. Liver shows increase echo pattern. No liver mass. Portal vein shows antegrade flow. Common hepatic duct measures 1.7 mm. Common bile duct measures 7.1 mm. No intrahepatic biliary duct dilatation. Visualization of the common bile duct is suboptimal on this study. Pancreas is obscured by bowel. No free fluid. IMPRESSION: Gallbladder shows a thickened wall and this large. No gallstones. Correlate with the clinical findings and if needed with hepatobiliary scan. Normal caliber common hepatic duct and intrahepatic ducts. Bile duct is slightly dilated measuring 7.1 mm. Because of the poor visualization, the size of the common bile duct could be over estimated because of technical factors. Echo pattern of the liver is increased. Consider fatty and or fibrous infiltration.
Hi, My Mom was diagnosed with liver cancer. They tried to operate and remove the left lobe that had a tumor but found it spread to the duct area and it was too risky to try to remove. They now give her 2 months to 1 year with or without treatment. She s having chemo treament once a week for 3 wks/1 week off/ then 3 more weeks and then scans to see how the cancer is responding. This cancer did not masticize from somewhere else. My concern now is that she s been really tired, which I guess from the chemo, but have been reading it s the liver cancer symtom also. Her legs just strarted swelling TERRIBLY and hurt her. They have blister s on them, too. Is that a symptom??? She s taking water pills but isn t peeing like she should - hardly. Is THAT a symptom too that her kidneys are failing? Also, her coloring is good and she still has her appitete. What PHYSICAL conditions are we to expect as her health continues to decline? Thank you.
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?