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Enlarged spleen (splenomegaly) Symptoms Causes Risk factors Complications Preparing for your appointment Tests and diagnosis Treatments and drugs Lifestyle and home remedies Coping and support Prevention

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Your spleen is a small organ located just below your rib cage on your left side. Normally, your spleen is about the size of a fist, but a number of conditions — from infections to liver disease and some cancers — can cause an enlarged spleen, also known as splenomegaly (spleh-no-MEG-uh-lee).

Most people don't have symptoms with an enlarged spleen. The problem is often discovered during a routine physical exam. Your doctor won't be able to feel a normal-sized spleen — unless you're very slender — but can feel an enlarged spleen.

Treatment for an enlarged spleen focuses on relieving the underlying condition. Although surgically removing an enlarged spleen isn't a first choice, it may be an option for you in certain situations.

Symptoms
An enlarged spleen may cause:

No symptoms, in some cases
Pain or fullness in the left upper abdomen that may spread to the left shoulder
Feeling full without eating or after eating only a small amount — this can occur when an enlarged spleen presses on your stomach
Anemia
Fatigue
Frequent infections
Easy bleeding
When to see a doctor 
See your doctor promptly if you have pain in your left upper abdomen, especially if it's severe or the pain gets worse when you take a deep breath.


Causes
A number of infections and diseases can contribute to an enlarged spleen. The effects on your spleen may be only temporary, depending on how well your treatment works. Contributing factors include:

Viral infections, such as mononucleosis
Bacterial infections, such as syphilis or an infection of your heart's inner lining (endocarditis)
Parasitic infections, such as malaria
Cirrhosis and other diseases affecting the liver
Various types of hemolytic anemia — a condition characterized by premature destruction of red blood cells
Blood cancers, such as leukemia, and lymphomas, such as Hodgkin's disease
Metabolic disorders, such as Gaucher's disease and Niemann-Pick disease
Pressure on the veins in the spleen or liver or a blood clot in these veins
How the spleen works 
Your spleen is tucked under your rib cage next to your stomach on the left side of your abdomen. It's a soft, spongy organ that performs several critical jobs and can be easily damaged. Among other things, your spleen:

Filters out and destroys old and damaged blood cells
Plays a key role in preventing infection by producing white blood cells called lymphocytes and acting as a first line of defense against invading pathogens
Stores red blood cells and platelets, the cells that help your blood clot
May act as an intermediary between your immune system and your brain, leading researchers to speculate that they may one day be able to trigger the spleen's infection-fighting abilities by manipulating the nervous system
An enlarged spleen affects each of these vital functions. For instance, as your spleen grows larger, it begins to filter normal red blood cells as well as abnormal ones, reducing the number of healthy cells in your bloodstream. It also traps too many platelets. Eventually, excess red blood cells and platelets can clog your spleen, interfering with its normal functioning. An enlarged spleen may even outgrow its own blood supply, which can damage or destroy sections of the organ.


Risk factors
Anyone can develop an enlarged spleen at any age, but certain groups are at higher risk, including:

Children and young adults with infections such as mononucleosis
People of African descent, who may develop splenomegaly as a complication of sickle cell disease, a genetic blood disorder
People of Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry, who are at higher risk of Gaucher's disease, Niemann-Pick disease and several other inherited metabolic disorders affecting the liver and spleen
Travelers to areas where malaria is endemic

Complications
Potential complications of an enlarged spleen are:

Infection. Because an enlarged spleen can reduce the number of healthy red blood cells, platelets and white cells in your bloodstream, you may develop frequent infections. Anemia and increased bleeding also are possible.
Ruptured spleen. Even healthy spleens are soft and easily damaged, especially in car crashes. When your spleen is enlarged, the possibility of rupture is far greater. A ruptured spleen can cause life-threatening bleeding into your abdominal cavity.

Tests and diagnosis
An enlarged spleen is usually detected during a physical exam. Your doctor can often feel the enlargement by gently examining your left upper abdomen, just under your rib cage. However, in some people — especially those who are slender — a healthy, normal-sized spleen can sometimes be felt during an exam.

Your doctor may confirm the diagnosis of an enlarged spleen with one or more of these tests:

Blood tests, such as a complete blood count to check the number of red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets in your system
Ultrasound or computerized tomography (CT) scan to help determine the size of your spleen and whether it's crowding other organs
Magnetic resonance imagining (MRI) to trace blood flow through the spleen
Imaging tests aren't always needed to diagnose an enlarged spleen. But if your doctor recommends imaging, you generally don't need any special preparation for an ultrasound or MRI. If you're having a CT scan, however, you may need to refrain from eating before the test. If you need to prepare, your doctor will let you know well in advance.

Finding the cause 
Sometimes you may need further testing to identify what's causing an enlarged spleen, including liver function tests and a bone marrow exam, which can give more detailed information about your blood cells than can blood drawn from a vein.

In some cases, a sample of solid bone marrow is removed in a procedure called a bone marrow biopsy. Or, you may have a bone marrow aspiration, which removes the liquid portion of your marrow. In many cases, both procedures are performed at the same time (bone marrow exam).

Both the liquid and solid bone marrow samples are frequently taken from the same place on the back of one of your hipbones. A needle is inserted into the bone through an incision. Because bone marrow tests cause discomfort, you'll receive either general or local anesthesia before the test.

Because of the risk of bleeding, a needle biopsy of the spleen is almost never done.

Occasionally, when there's no explanation for an enlarged spleen despite a thorough investigation for a cause, your doctor may recommend surgery to remove your spleen. After surgical removal, the spleen is examined under a microscope to check for possible lymphoma of the spleen.


Treatments and drugs
If an enlarged spleen causes serious complications or the underlying problem can't be identified or treated, surgical removal of your spleen (splenectomy) may be an option. In fact, in chronic or critical cases, surgery may offer the best hope for recovery.

But elective spleen removal requires careful consideration. You can live an active life without a spleen, but you're more likely to contract serious or even life-threatening infections, including overwhelming post-splenectomy infection, which can occur soon after the operation. Sometimes, radiation can shrink your spleen so that you can avoid surgery.

Reducing infection risk after surgery 
If you do have your spleen removed, certain steps can help reduce your risk of infection, including:

A series of vaccinations both before and after the splenectomy. These include the pneumococcal (Pneumovax), meningococcal and haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) vaccines, which protect against pneumonia, meningitis, and infections of the blood, bones and joints.
Taking penicillin or other antibiotics after your operation and anytime you or your doctor suspects the possibility of an infection.
Avoiding travel to parts of the world where diseases such as malaria are endemic.

Lifestyle and home remedies
If you have an enlarged spleen, avoid contact sports — such as soccer, football and hockey — and limit other activities as recommended by your doctor. Modifying your activities can reduce the risk of a ruptured spleen.

It's also important to wear a seat belt. If you're in an accident, a seat belt can help prevent injury to your spleen.

Finally, be sure to keep your vaccinations up to date.





























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