I have queries regarding my mom's health. She is suffering from some abdominal issues. When she had a CT scan, they found an impression with the liver. I attached her report and please tell me if there is a serious issue. Yesterday she got admitted with intolerable abdominal pain. Her doctor asked us whether she had any injuries on that area. But she never had any injuries. They prescribed some medicine and asked her to take an injection for two days. She was discharged home in the evening and last night she got severe abdomen pain. She is worrying a lot and crying all the time. She is getting pain while she coughs. She is unable to sleep and has constipation. I totally rely on you to get suggestion.
According to the CT (computed tomography) scan report (attachment removed to protect patient identity), there are two problems.
In the liver, there is hemangioma which is a benign tumor meaning it does not cause any harm. If it increases in size, then it is resected.
The other problem is with the muscles of the abdominal wall in which a small amount of blood is accumulated which is causing pain. It can occur after some trauma or injury to the site. It will also resolve in a few days. So I think hopefully she will get fine in a few days.
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