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I'm sorry to hear about your problems
This CT scan states there is nothing acute occurring in your abdomen,
No acute problem
You have a ovarian cyst, which is common
my doctor is trying to remove my gallbladder. why?
A small irregular area in your liver which is too small to describe
what does that mean?
I don't know, it states your gall bladder is normal
What does what mean?
can i show you my ultrasound results?
Sonographic images of the upper abdomen were obtained without comparisonFindings: The pancreas, aorta, and inferior vena cava were suboptimally evaluated secondary to limited sonographic window. The liver is normal in size and echogenicity measuring 14.3 cm in craniocaudal dimension. There is no intrahepatic or ductal dilatation or focal parenchymal abnormality. The common bile duct is normal in caliber measuring 3 mm. The gallbladder is not abnormally dilated. There are punctate mobile echogenic foci within the gallbladder lumen without pericholecystic fluid or wall thickening. A sonographic Murphy's was not elicited. The spleen measures 9.5 cm and is otherwise unremarkable.
is this enough to remove my gallbladder?
It does not seem like enough to me
do you think i should get a second opinion?
I would recommend a second opinion
what do you suggest about the lymph nodes in my abdomen?
Nothing, everyone has lymph nodes in the abdomen, yours are not enlarged
Thanks a bunch Dr. Brims!!!! you have put me at ease!!!!
You're quite welcome
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