In what circumstance does liver hemangioma need operation? How does gall stone often bellyacke attack how to treat?

Patients with liver size normal morphology, sharp edge, smooth envelope, parenchyma echo uniform, no expansion of extrahepatic bile duct, in

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Patients with liver size normal morphology, sharp edge, smooth envelope, parenchyma echo uniform, no expansion of extrahepatic bile duct, intrahepatic see multiple mass, large 79*59mm border clearance, in moderate slightly high echo, a network like change, the liver showed multiple echogenic, maximum 7mm associated with sound TVHV normal gallbladder size normal morphology, wall smooth, which showed multiple echogenic, maximum diameter of 9mm, acoustic shadow (+) mobile (+) no expansion of common bile duct (1) multiple liver lesions (hemangioma possibility) (2) of intrahepatic biliary calculi (3) multiple gallbladder stones

In October 17th the MRI findings of liver and spleen: report the conventional plain see multiple intrahepatic circular, lumpy abnormal MR signal, maximum range of lesions is about 75mm*72mm*60mm, in the T2WI STIR high signal on the T1WI for the slightly low signal in MR signal is even part of the lesions have accounted for the clear boundary effect of bile duct dilatation of gallbladder volume decreased spleen MR signal in the form of no abnormal changes

Conclusion: multiple hepatic hemangioma

Currently taking medicine to maintain pain is not how to operate better

The Department of hepatobiliary surgery of Peking University People's Hospital Li bright: 1 currently liver hemangioma can leave aside the surgery, liver hemangioma generally more than 10cm before considering surgery, but every half a year to see whether the ultrasound examination, individual development, the rapid growth of the 2 gallstones need surgery if often abdominal pain, need surgical treatment, if clear intrahepatic bile duct there are stones or open surgery, laparoscopic surgery is feasible.

 

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