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Stomachache, vomitting. Ultrasound shows enlarged liver, high pancreatic measurement, distended gall bladder. Indications?

Hi, Doctor I am 30 year old & belong from bihar. i have a littile pain in stomach from last 1-2 month. i take some medicine from local doctor but not curable. form last 4-5 days after meal i feel vomiting & doing also. then today i mate with gastroenterologist & he prescribe ultrasound. after seeing the ultra sound report doctor said me you are in very danger stage & it s incurable. Ultrasound report-MARGINALLY ENLARGED LIVER WITH NON DILATATION OF IHBR AND CBD. NORMALLY DISTENDED GB WITH SLUDGE . PANCREATIC MEASURMENT ON THE HIGHER SIDE. kindly confirm doctor, is it incurable ? & what should i take action now ?
Asked On : Sat, 10 Nov 2012
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Thank you for the query.

Strange words your doctor said to you as your ultrasound result is quite normal. Marginally enlarged liver means that your liver size is a little above the regular size. Non dilated IHBR and CBD means that your bile ducts are fine, not dilated. Your gallbladder is fine as well. Some pancreatic enlargement, probably not significant. It is very hard to tell what your doctor was thinking about. Abdominal ultrasound is not a good test for setting final diagnosis so if your doctor have any doubts, he should send you to abdominal CT.
If it is about your symptoms, most probable reason of it is peptic ulcer, acid reflux. It is advisable for you to have upper GI endoscopy. Full blood test with pancreatic enzymes and liver enzymes should be performed as well as urine analysis.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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