<undisclosed hospital> Hospitalizations
- Due to Peritonitis – inflammation of the serous membrane lining the cavity of the abdomen caused by bacterial infection ( August, 2010)
- Admitted due to Hepatic Encephalopathy – a number of times caused by toxicity due high level of ammonia.
- Admitted to Pneumonia
- Admitted due to Urinary Track Infection (UTI) – admitted a number of times
Procedure to take out fluid that has collected in the belly (peritoneal fluid). This fluid buildup is called ascites . Ascites may be caused by infection. The fluid is taken out using a long, thin needle put through the belly;
IVC (Inferior Vena Cava) Balloon Angioplasty
Opens blocked or narrowed blood vessels by inserting a very small balloon into the vessel and inflating it;
IVC (Inferior Vena Cava) Venogram
Procedure performed by a radiologist to see the veins on an X-ray. This procedure involves the injection of a liquid called contrast dye. The procedure any vein abnormalities that may be causing pain or swelling in your feet and limbs and to assess the function of the inferior vena cava, which brings blood to the heart.
- CHEST X-rays
- Cat Scans
- PET Scan
- Duplex Doppler examination of the liver (2011)
- Ultrasound, computed tomography (CT scan) of the liver (2012)
- Abdominal Ultrasound (2012)
- Doppler Ultrasound (2014)
Medical and Psychological Tests
- HEMATOCRIT TEST – Measures the proportion of red blood cells in the blood.
- NERVE TEST (2009)
- COGNITIVE TESTS