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    Liver, Pancreas, thickening stomach wall
    An_253881 posted:
    My mother has been having lots of pain in her abdomen area. She had an xray about a month ago and nothing at all showed up. She had blood work done just last week and her white blood cells were normal. She then had a CT scan done. This has shown that there is a growth on the liver, enlarged pancreas, and thickening of the stomach wall. She is having blood work done to look for I guess some type of cancer markers, a scope of her stomach and a colonoscopy done this week. Does this sound like the normal diagnostic process?
    georgiagail responded:

    compoundia responded:
    Better you consult a doctor. He will give you right suggestion i in case of any confusion ....... consult another doctor and than decide what should you have to do. All the best.
    sam1985 replied to compoundia's response:
    Yes a specific doctor will be the best person to examine this!!

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