Examination findings: the contour of the liver edge is regular, and the size ratio is normal at each time. A kind of circular low-density nodule shadow can be seen in the right lobe of the liver, with a size of about 14mm. The enhancement scan is gradually enhanced. Multiple cystic low-density shadows were found in the liver, and no obvious abnormal enhancement was found on enhanced scanning. There was no dilatation of intrahepatic bile duct. The gallbladder wall is regular and uniform, and no abnormal density shadow is found in the capsule. The spleen is not big: see: double kidney cystic low-density shadow. Diagnostic tips: plain and enhanced CT scan of the upper abdomen shows that the gastric wall at the pylorus of hemangioma of the right lobe of the liver and double renal cyst is uniformly thickened. Please combine with the clinic.
From the results you provided, it should be no problem. Hepatic hemangioma and cysts of liver and kidney can be observed. Pay attention to regular inspection. The uniform thickening of pyloric is generally not a problem. It's best to have a gastroscope to see if there is a problem. The stomach can't be seen clearly by CT or color Doppler ultrasound
From the examination, there is no problem with the stomach. The hemangioma in the right lobe of the liver is called hemangioma because the blood vessel wall is so thin that it protrudes outward under the action of blood pressure. As long as the blood pressure is controlled well within the normal range, the problem is not big. As for double kidney cysts, most of them are benign, so don't worry
I don't know what you want to consult. There is an hemangioma on this report. The hemangioma is benign and doesn't need treatment. Moreover, your hemangioma is relatively small. As for the kidney, the cyst doesn't need this. There is thickening of the gastric wall at the pylorus. If you're at ease, you'd better have a gastroscope.