I was recently (6 months ago) diagnosed with a tumor in my abdonmen. It was cancerious and quite a fair size by the time it was found and quickly removed. It effected many organs and caused a great deal of interference to a kidney.
Just recently I was sent for my post op CT scan. That scan came back and there is a hyperdense "assuto" (not a clue how to spell that) lesion on my liver and I have been refered to go for an MRI.
Can you please tell me what this might mean? It there a possiblity the cancer has spread or is it more likely just damage to the liver by the tumor's size?
Not sure if this is important by I had enimia when I had the tumor and they said it was cause by severe internal blooding and thought it was from the colon but tests showed it wasn't. No idea to date where the bleeding was but still very bloated and tired.
Thank you so much for your time - I truly appreciate any insight anyone might have for me.
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