Re: new here.. please please read and give some opinions...confused.thanks
lady is right,in most cases,actual hemangiomas are benign little globs of veinous vessels,they are normally formed before birth.i had one but it was in a really bad place,right smack in the middle of my spinal cord.the only real risks that i was told were the little oozy bleeds they can have,in the liver it wouldn't be a huge deal but in my cord,it WAS a really big deal.but basically there really is not a huge risk with having them in most organs.i am just wondering why your enzymes would be elevated.my mom also has a hemangioma in her liver and her labs have always been within the norms.it could possibly be the actual location of one of these within your liver that is where the problem lies.how was the doppler blood flow within your liver when they did the US?if certain areas in your liver like the portal vein are being affected by the placement of the angiomas,that could explain the higher labs. do you have two seperate types of lesions there or are the lesions you spoke of actually all hemangiomas?you may need an MRI or just CTto better define everything they saw on the US.are they treating the thyroid thing now with meds?marcia
11-20-01,placement of hardware for failed fusion
9-22-03,removal of cavernous hemangioma that was inside spinal cord. Neuro damage to L hand L leg and R leg.