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Causes Of Congenital Hydronephrosis
Genetics : There are many causes of hydronephrosis. Often hydronephrosis is found on prenatal ultrasounds but is not seen on postnatal ultrasounds. Any kidney or bladder malformation can cause hydronephrosis. In infants, posterior urethral valves, kidney stones, cystic kidneys, abdminal masses or any stenosis of the urethra or ureters may cause hydronephrosis. ...Read more
NO RELATION: They are completely different medical condition. One is inborn while the other is acquired and can be treated. ...Read more
Stone obstruction: Which causes mild hydronephrosis can cause pain. U might have flank or abdominal pain following high fluid consuption from intrinsic obstruction due to stretching of kidney pelvis. Pain would lessen or go away with time ; only mild hydronephrosis would be seen on us. Repeat us after fluid load or during pain episode might give more information. Pain may well be due to other causes. ...Read more
Here are some...: Oftentimes, the described condition is a congenital anomaly resulting from poorly innervated distal atonic ureter, which is usually found incidentally on imaging studies for other reasons. Such adynomic segment and resulting massive ureteral dilation is prone to bleed upon trauma and to induce bacterial UTI so to precipitate active evaluation. More? Ask urologist or radiologist timely. ...Read more
Nothing serious: Hydronephrosis can be caused by obstruction or reflux but also can be normal or not a serious problem (usually low grade hydronephrosis). Your doctor has ruled out all the worrisome things (reflux or blockage). Is your daughter potty trained? Young children often hold their urine too long and this can cause mild hydronephrosis. Have her pee every 2 hours and make sure she isn't constipated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My usg kub report-moderate hydronephrosis, dilated upper part of uretor, however cause of obstruction couldn't be visualized uuj is clear. Explain?
See urologist...: For the depicted clinical profile, it's reasonable to review and compare the different sets of films from ivp or ct.Ivp to see what has been sequential change so to decide what to do next. If hurting now but with the picture as described in usg..., cystoscopy, retrograde pyelogram (special x-ray) with or without ureteroscopy are needed to verify why. Best wish ... Always. ...Read more
I have a 5mm stone that is stuck in the ureter, just outside the bladder. It has caused mild hydronephrosis and hydro-ureter. I have no pain at all, just a slight "awareness" in my lower back.
1. How swiftly must this be addressed" days?
No rush, may pass: Most 5 mm ureteral stones pass spontaneously. Your symptoms are mild and you have had either a ct or a renal ultrasound & are under care so there is no immediate need for intervention. Urine should be filtered in case stone is passed. Studies can be repeated in 2 weeks, or sooner if symptoms increase, risk of renal damage is minimal. Stone can be removed later as needed.Ureter. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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