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Kindly check my colonoscopy and USG abdomen report and tell if I need piles operation.

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Dr. Divya Banu M

Published At August 7, 2019
Reviewed AtMay 31, 2024

Patient's Query

Hello doctor,

I am sending a colonoscopy and USG abdomen report. After studying, kindly give your opinion whether piles operation is required, give the interpretation of findings of colonoscopy and USG report in simple language which disease I am suffering from the report.

Answered by Dr. Jagdish Singh

Hi,

Welcome to icliniq.com.

No piles operation is required. USG (ultrasonography) abdomen shows nothing serious (attachment removed to protect patient identity). There is mild fat in the liver, mild increase in the size of prostate and spleen. Small gallbladder polyp that needs follow up USG for an increase in size.

Colonoscopy is suggestive of some infection. Tuberculosis but biopsy does not suggest about it. Further plan CECT (contrast enhanced computerized tomography) abdomen to make the diagnosis.

Patient's Query

Thank you doctor,

What is a CECT abdomen? Which doctor or specialist does this? Pathologist or radiologist? No advise on medicine. Is it okay or some review on medicines, what is the meaning and interpretation in biopsy report suggesting repeat biopsy for definite evaluation? Will biopsy have to be repeated?

Answered by Dr. Jagdish Singh

Hi,

Welcome back to icliniq.com.

First, we should do a CECT abdomen at any imaging center to find reasons or diagnosis. After diagnosis, we will start treatment.

Patient's Query

Thank you doctor,

I have attached the file. As advised by you, I have done CT scan abdomen and pelvis after studying it kindly advise how much time it will take for reduction of inflammation in the ileum of the small intestine. At present, I am taking Pentaga sachet 1 gm, Sucragel, Budez CR 3 mg. Also, there is a kidney stone of size 3 mm by 4 mm. Also, suggest medicine for same since I have taken advice from you previously and you are having reports already uploaded due to Crohn's disease the blood is still coming. Also, advise the change in medicine required or not. I request you to reply to my queries specifically the HbA1c is 4.5%.

Answered by Dr. Jagdish Singh

Hi,

Welcome back to icliniq.com.

I read all reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity). Tiny renal stone does not require any treatment. It will pass out with more water intake. HbA1c 4.5 % is normal if your random blood sugar levels are normal.

For Crohn's disease treatment, it needs some changes if bleeding is still persisted. Pentasa sachets 1 gm three times daily. Capsule Budez CR 3 mg three capsules once daily. Tablet Folvite 5 mg once daily. Tablet Esomac 40 mg once daily before breakfast. Tablet Shalcal once daily.

It will take about one month to settle down inflammation and definitely you have t take medicine for a long time, maybe life long. Because some patients may get spontaneous remission but it is less than 10 %.

Same symptoms don't mean you have the same problem. Consult a doctor now!

Dr. Jagdish Singh
Dr. Jagdish Singh

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