A 26-year-old female asked:
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mild renal pelvic fullness no stone with 24 cc post void residual on ultrasound what does this mean

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Dr. Michael Gabor
33 years experience Diagnostic Radiology
Pelvic fullness: "Mild pelvic fullness" is a non specific borderline finding which may be normal. It means there maybe slightly more urine in the renal pelvis, which drains the kidney, than expected. Less likely, it could indicate a low grade or early obstruction. Post void residual is the amount of urine in the bladder after voiding. 24cc is minimal and probably normal.
Answered on Sep 19, 2019

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