Very interesting, Bammer! Prior to my 1st small bowel resection 9 months ago, they discovered I had a liver lesion (likely benign) during an ultrasound. The doc now alternates between ultrasound and MRI every 3 months to ensure there's no change. One of my MRIs called it a possible "hemangioma"---a venous malformation---which sounds like what you may have.
Wow, I didn't know they could evaluated the intestines with an ultrasound!! I wouldn't think it's very accurate, though, or why would they put us thorough that nasty colonoscopy!!
Glad things sound good for you so far! And don't worry too much about Humira----I've been on it for over 1 year, and no serious side effects.
54 year old female;
Have had Crohn's of terminal ileum for 10 years. Small bowel resection (my first) on 7-30-09. Monthly B12 shots.
On Humira since Dec. 2008. Allergic/hypersensitivity to Pentasa, Entocort, and 6-MP.