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Complex Hypodense Renal Cyst Peripheral Calcification
What does: Septated upper pole right renal cyst. Right kidney contains multi septated cyst, 4.5cm in size. May contain punctate calcification. - mean?
A single cyst: The cyst you have is not a simple cyst but a septate cyst, that means the cyst space inside is divided into multiple small spaces from by of bands of tissue. Calcification in the cysts is common from concretions from long standing fluid inside the cysts. But as the cyst if 4.5 cm, just be it monitored with help of US once in every yr-2 yrs to r/o cancer development. Look for pain, blood in urine ...Read more
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Explain Findings- right extrarenal pelvis of normal variant, free fluid & multiple vascular calcification's in pelvis, simple right renal cyst <1.0cm.
Normal stuff: Extra renal pelvis is a normal finding in many people where renal pelvis is outside the kidney tissue. NBD no big deal. Free fluid is common in women who menstruated and maybe a cyst ruptured for example. Stones in veins in pelvis happen to all ...Read more
Doctor diagnosed 1.4 CM renal cyst. I had an ultrasound that showed a 1.4 CM renal cyst with a question of calcification in cyst wall. Now I have to get a CT scan. How bad could this be. Am scared out of my mind.
Cyst: You have a small cyst, and it is not unusual to find cyst on US. Calcification itself doesn't make it cancer. I would proceed with the CT if that what has been ordered, and then see a Urologist. Was simple or complex cyst on US? The CT should show simple vs other cyst. Best of luck. ...Read more
Complex renal cyst: I would need to look at x-ray to help. And know your age and other important health information. Discuss with the Dr. Who ordered the x-ray. ...Read more
Was diagnosed with calcified renal cyst 5 years ago has been in extreme pain for about a month now, last CT was two years ago what should I do?
Seek attention: Extreme pain always requires assessment especially when you have a known medical condition. Your condition may have changed and a ct may be necessary to diagnose your condition. ...Read more
Calcified granulomas within my spleen, bilateral renal cysts, 4mm kidney stone and punctate calcifications in my pelvis, what would the underlying condition be?
Mostly normal: These are all trivial imaging findings. The old stuff in your spleen probably reflects a long-ago victory over an infection with histoplasmosis. Kidney cysts are trivial and very common. The calcium stuff in your pelvis is probably phleboliths which never cause trouble. I hope the kidney stone stays in place or can be managed. ...Read more
Most cysts in the kidney are totally benign.
So nothing to worry about. Intermittent ultrasound follow up and being under the care of a physician is all you need. ...Read more
No and maybe: Hi. Neither renal cysts nor tumors cause high chromogranin A nor high VIP. If the cyst is not a cyst, but a tumor, it could cause hypokalemia. Dehydration would be more likely due to the high VIP (which IS related to high chromogranin A), and the secretory diarrhea it causes. Renal cyst is probably a red herring. ...Read more
Cyst and stone: This is not dangerous but can cause symptoms and bleeding; operation not essential; ask your doctor if more than one cyst is present; ask if stone is part of cyst or separate; ask if more than one stone exists; then ask for 24 hour urine analysis to assess chemistry of urine - to determine why stone formed. ...Read more
Complex renal cyst-echoes&enhances. Urologist not concerned cause its only 14mmx14mm. I've had cancer-also 5 family members. Shoudn't I be concerned?
Bring to this fact: To the attention of your urologist, express your concern, need close follow, follow your doctors instruction (s) ...Read more
Ultrasound shows 14 CM renal cyst. Experiencing low back and sciatic pain on the same side. Can this cyst be causing my pain by pressing on the nerve?
Probably: Separate issues but that sure is a big renal cyst. The kidney is higher up than the Lowe back is the reason for the comment ...Read more
A simple cyst is OK!: A simple (clear or see through) renal cyst is not a significant event. However, a complex cyst, (the one that appears to house tissue or clotted blood inside) is important to follow closely because it may be cancerous. However, if cysts are too numerous and on both sides, like in the case of polycystic kidney disease, the squished renal tissue over the years may lead to kidney failure. ...Read more
Not usually: Simple kidney cysts are more common as people age. Estimated 25 percent of people 40 years of age and 50 percent of people 50 years of age have simple kidney cysts. Small percentage of neonates and young children with simple renal cysts. Sometimes relationship between simple kidney cysts and high blood pressure.Cysts causing symptoms or blocking urine or blood flow need sclerotic rx or surgery. ...Read more
I have renal cyst. And my daughter was playin with me and kept kickin. My back. Now that kidney is really hurting. What's goin on?
My father aged 70 long time renal cyst disease gradually creatinine clearance gone upto 6.5 help!
Not easily answered: Creatinine level all by itself does not determine the need for dialysis. If the total remaining kidney function keeps him symptom free and blood tests do not have dangerous chemical abnormalities then he may be able to manage his condition with medications for awhile longer. At age 70 if his creatinine or creatinine clearance is 6.5, it is likely though he will need dialysis soon. ...Read more
About bilateral multiple renal stones the largest being 12mm and 7mm on each and a renal cyst 15mm x 13mm, what is the best treatment.
Renal stone: Most renal cyst or insignificant and required no treatment. The nonobstructing renal stones are best treated with eswl. See a urologist to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
I have a complex endophytic left renal cyst. Medial cortex just under the ureter opening. How are my chances of keeping most of my kidney?
You can keep it:
Even if for a solid mass they usually try to save as much kidney as possible.
so for a cystic lesion, it is safer to save more kidney.
so unless they are concern about malignancy they usually save the kidney. ...Read more
24 yr old white female. Ultrasound had 1 renal cyst and labwork showed eGFR level of 88. Creatinine normal. Is this normal or should I be concerned?
No concern: GFR of 80 is normal. Simple renal cyst is generally an incidental finding and usually of no concern. ...Read more
What Bosniak stage is a complex renal cyst with septation and apparent mural nodule. Cyst was 3 cm 7 years ago. Now 5 x 4.9cm. Urology consult soon.
Here are some...: Known to us, all medical care is based on indirect evidence resulting from continual collection & analysis of available experience; so is Bosniak classification for kidney cysts deduced from Dr. Bosniak's observation, analysis, & summary for reading films of ultrasound or CT. Complex cyst suggests some odd to have kidney cancer as opposed to simple cyst with an almost zero odd to have cancer. ...Read more
USS July diagnosed 3.8 CM simple L renal cyst. Renal CT scan yesterday showed 3cm exophytic mass arising from L upper pole looks like a cyst?? CA
Tissue is the issue: Hi. Diagnosis of what the renal mass is requires tissue for the pathologist to examine. Imaging studies may be suggestive or not, but to be certain, a pathologist must study a CT- or U/S-guided core biopsy of the mass. Sometimes surgical biopsy is necessary to determine whether benign or malignant. We don't have the means to make that determination. The mass may not be suspicious enough to biopsy ...Read more
8mm complex renal cyst, 101 fever, pain under rib n back, night sweats, 2 doctors n neither will remove. How can I make this go away? Will I b in pain 4ever
Here are some...: Cyst (s) in kidneys is (are) common but with no clinical significance including not causing pain. Clinically, your described symptoms are very unlikely related with that tiny 8-mm cyst, instead with disorders of muscles, joints or nerves. To solve mystery behind symptoms has not to be hard by following instructions described in http://www. Formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more
Cysts: Renal cysts are small collections of fluid in the kidneys. They occur quite frequently in people and are often only discovered when doing a routine exam for another reason. Most renal cysts do not have any medical significance but it would be reasonable to discuss with doctor. ...Read more
Solid heterogeneous nodule that has doubled in size 2 years plus a right renal cyst, could they be related?
I have 2 type II renal cyst 3 stones inside cyst aprox 3 CM and I just found out I am pregnate does this create a risk?
Maybe: If the stones are only in the cyst, and do not connect with the urinary flow by being in the ureter or renal pelvis, they should not pose a problem. If they do connect, it could pose a problem in pregnancy. I would drink a lot of water and be vigilant about seeing a doctor if you see blood in your urine, have flank pain, or a high fever. ...Read more
I have had six uti's in six months. I have another one with large amount of bood. (2 16 oz) cups. Renal cyst too. I don't want to to to er, will this hold until later?
I would not wait: Frequent UTI can be due to incompletely treated UTI so you may need a longer course of antibiotics. If they are truly separate infections, you have to see a urologist to figure out if there are structural problems causing incomplete emptying of your bladder. Renal cysts can also get infected and bleed causing UTI and blood in urine. The cysts may need to be removed. ...Read more
Hyperdense cyst: On noncontrast CT scans, most simple kidney cysts look very dark or hypodense because the fluid inside of them is just like water. A hyperdense cyst looks much lighter or brighter compared to the kidney itself. This usually just means that there is high protein in the cyst or that the cyst has bled at some point. ...Read more