Nancy asked 1 year ago
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Hello, I appeal to you for advice, my daughter is three years old, about once every six months she gets sick in the morning (once or twice), then diarrhea and everything goes away, and three days after nausea her temperature is high and often we were diagnosed unknown etiology (a virus of some kind), recently she began to complain of pain in the stomach (she learned to speak and understand where it hurts), and the last time I took her from the kindergarten on September 19, she complained of pain in the stomach, vomited. And she got up pretty, ran, jumped, everything was as usual, and on the night of 22 to 23 her temperature rose abruptly 39.5, called an ambulance, listened, looked all right and our doctor came to examine the child, she did not find anything . Therefore, I decided to go do an ultrasound of the abdominal cavity without referral in private. The conclusion is: the liver is enlarged the right lobe 98 mm, and the left 38; gallbladder fixed bend in the bottom and body dimensions 49 × 10, the thickness of the walls is normal-0.5 mm; pancreas: head-10, body-8, tail-10, “the lymph nodes knotted” 9 × 4; 8 × 4 mm. Here’s my question: what does it all mean. If something is terrible? Thank you in advance!
Sincerely,
Nancy.



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Julia AndersonJulia Anderson Staff answered 1 year ago
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Hello, Nancy.
Enlarged lymph nodes in the abdominal cavity indicate a process, possibly inflammatory. I advise first to take a blood test, and then contact a pediatric surgeon. Write then how are you doing. All the best!



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