My blood tests came back normal for liver and pancreas, but they noticed slightly elevated WBC levels. I know high WBC is related to infection, but you mentioned GERD, and I was wondering if inflammation could be the cause, rather than infection? My doctor is suggesting I take my gallbladder out “just in case”, and while although I know the consequences of having an infected gallbladder is severe, are there any other tests that could rule out the possibilities? The sonogram showed that I had a gallstone, but just one (1 cm large), and I’m not experiencing typical gallbladder pain. I figured an infected gallbladder would have me bed-ridden, vomiting and severe pain? I don’t even have pain save for swallowing and burping. Most of the day I don’t even feel it. The only indication that it may be gallbladder related is that the area near my URQ feels swollen and crampy, but this only occurs at certain times of the day as well.
The 4 mg/mL injection strength may be used for intralesional and soft tissue administration. Doses range from mg to 4 mg injected as a single dose at the appropriate site. For soft tissue and bursal injections a dose of 2 to 4 mg is recommended. Ganglia require a dose of 1 to 2 mg. A dose of to 1 mg is used for injection into tendon sheaths. Usually employed when condition to be treated is limited to 1 or 2 sites. Dosage dependent upon degree of inflammation, size, disease state, and location of affected area. Repeat doses may be given from once every 3 to 5 days to once every 2 to 3 weeks.
x x C No No No No No bu; di; em; es; hi; ih. The small opacities are difficult to classify because of the presence of the large opacities. Note the left costophrenic angle obliteration. This is not classifiable because it does not reach the lower limit defined by the standard radiograph 1/1; t/t Pleural thickening (circumscribed) - - - - - Yes No No No No The pleural thickening present face on, is of indeterminate width, and extent 2 Pleural thickening (diffuse) - - - - - No Yes No No Yes The pleural thickening present in profile, is of width a, and extent 2. Not associated small calcifications Pleural thickening (calcification) diaphragm - - - - - No No Yes No Yes Circumscribed, calcified pleural thickening of extent 2 Pleural thickening (calcification) chest wall - - - - - Yes No No No Yes Calcified and uncalcified pleural thickening present face on, is of indeterminate width, and extent 2 ILO 1980 Classification The 1980 revision was carried out by the ILO with the cooperation of the Commission of the European Communities, NIOSH and the American College of Radiology. The summary of the classification is given in table . It retained the principle of former classifications (1968 and 1971).