Problem description: Disease description (time of onset, main symptoms, symptom changes, etc.): The size and shape of the liver is acceptable, the edges are smooth, the proportions of the leaves are coordinated, the essence is scattered in a circular shape with slightly low density shadows, and the edges are blurred , There is no obvious enhancement in the enhanced scan, and the larger one is about 1.5×1.4cm. There was no obvious expansion of the bile ducts inside and outside the liver. The gallbladder is not large, the wall is not thick, and there is no abnormal density in the cavity. The size and shape of the pancreas and spleen are fair, and there is no obvious abnormality in the parenchyma; no obvious expansion of the pancreatic duct is seen. Have you ever gone to the hospital for treatment: Have not been to the current medication description: No medication, previous medical and surgical history: none
Date of question: 2020-11-11
Patient information :Age: 56 years old, Gender: Female
Problem analysis:Hello, low-density lesions in the right lobe of the liver are generally cysts, hemangiomas, tumors, etc., enhanced without enhancement, blood vessels Tumors and tumors generally have enhancements. Close follow-up is recommended. If the low-density lesions do not increase, continue to observe. If there is an increase, the possibility of tumors needs to be ruled out. It is recommended to go to the respiratory department for further examination to clarify the nature.
Guide and suggest : It is recommended that the respiratory department should be clear about the nature and follow up the size of the low-density lesion closely.
The suggestion is for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed examination