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Usg abdomen with pelvis report


USG ABDOMEN WITH PELVIS REPORT

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DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLOGY
UHID
: WHMD.0000095752
Age/Sex
:43y/M
Name
: Mr MAHENDRA KUMAR YUGAL TRIVEDI
Order No.
:L520618
Referral Doctor
: PRADIP PADAMSI SHAH
Date
: 16-Jun-2006

 

USG ABDOMEN WITH PELVIS

 

Real time sonography of the abdomen and pelvis was performed using the 3.5 MHz transducer.

The liver is mildly enlarged (measures 16.7 cm in long axis) and shows a bright echotexture suggesting fatty
infiltration. No focal parenchymal lesion noted.
Intrahepatic biliary tree and venous radicles are normal.
The portal vein and CBD appear normal in course and calibre.

The gall bladder is normal in size with a normal wall thickness and there are no calculi noted within.

The pancreas is normal in size and echotexture. No evidence of focal lesion or calcification or duct dilatation seen.

The spleen is normal in size and echotexture.

Both kidneys are normal in size, position and echogenecity.
Cortical thickness and corticomedullary differentiation are normal. No hydronephrosis or calculi noted.
Right kidney measures 10.0 x 4.3 cm.
Left kidney measures 10.2 x 5.0 cm.

There is no evidence of obvious retroperitoneal adenopathy / ascites.

The bladder is normal in contour, capacity and wall thickness. No vesical calculi noted.

The prostate is normal in size and homogenous in echotexture.

Impression:-

Mild hepatomegaly with fatty infiltration.

No other significant abnormality noted on this study.

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