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Hydronephrosis In Foetus
At 20 week ultrasound, the baby's kidney showed renal pelvis dilation with calyceal dilation at 6 mm for both kidneys. There was no blockage in ureter. Opinions?
No question here: If you are asking "is there blockage in the ureter?" then the answer is possibly. Significant dilation in early gestation increases this risk. It is important to know that dilation (hydronephrosis) can occur without obstruction as well. If the amniotic fluid is low, see a pediatric urologist for prenatal consultation, particularly if you are having a boy (risk of urethral obstruction is high). ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Mid pole calculus is noted in my right kidney measuring 8.7 mm and mild hydronephrosis with extra renal pelvis is seen in the both kidneys.
See professionals...: See an well-experienced urologist to decide if it's necessary to intervene; if needed, at what price? For your condition, a professional needs to share the balancing thought on the need and possibility of care before committing its removal, which usually can be done through the penis with fine scope and laser. For detail, check with experts. Best wish ... ...Read more
Here are some...: The odd to pass a 4-mm stone through ureter to bladder in 2 weeks is about 75-85%; for a 11-mm one, its odd to pass should be next to zero. Finding 20-25wbc indicates significant inflammation most likely related with stone-related irritation to the lining of urinary tract. So, intervention at convenient time is advised as long as being tolerable and of no fever. More? Ask treating urologist timely ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Both foetal kidneys show mild dilation of pelvis measuring 4-5 mm showed up in 26 week fetus ultrasound
Should i be worried?
Fetal Kidneys: Would not be worried with mild dilation of fetal kidneys. This is not an uncommon findings, and usually is not significant. However, your doctor may repeat the ultrasound just to be sure. As long as your growth is fine and amniotic fluid is normal, it's not likely anything to be worried about. ...Read more
Trapped urine.: Severe fetal hydronephrosis is diagnosed when urine is trapped inside the renal collecting system of a fetus with resultant destruction of kidney tissue. It can be due to stenosis or obstruction at various points in the urinary tract and merits postnatal antibiotic uroprophylaxis and imaging. Bilateral severe cases may cause oligohydramnios and fetal lung hypoplasia or demise. Seek mfm care asap! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
5-6wk us. Fetal pole? Possible twins / vts? Fibroids? Blighted ovum in upper left? Http://i67.Photobucket.Com/albums/h315/reelady/photo2_zpse8b51724
What: Is your question? This is just information with no question asked. ...Read more
Male fetus ultrasound (35w 4d) which showed an enlarged fetal bladder. Normal amniotic fluid and kidneys. Is this typical in third trimester?
Specific case: This is a very specific case that requires a doctor to evaluate the exact findings of the sonogram to determine if it is normal or not. You will need to seek clarification from your doctor regarding the term “enlarged bladder” to determine if further testing, follow up sonograms or a referral to a perinatologist is indicated. ...Read more
Hi, My wife is in her 28th week of pregnancy and recent scan shows problem with the fetus kidneys. One of the kidney has multiple cysts and other kidney shows dilation. The reports says:
The fetal right kidney measures 52mm in length, shows dilation of p
Cystic kidneys: Sounds like either ARPKD ( Autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease) or renal dysplasia due to obstructive uropathy. Both these conditions are compatible with life depending upon fetal lung maturity. Believe it or not-- you need normal kidneys for lungsto develop in utero. In any case my best advice to you would be to consult with a Pediatric Nephrologist, before the birth of the baby. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ultrasound showed right kidney cortex demonstrates slight increase in echogenicity, measuring 6.7x3.0x3.7 cm in longitudinal. no right hydronephrosis,?
?renal mass on echo: 58F from LA notes:Ultrasound showed right kidney cortex demonstrates slight increase in echogenicity, measuring 6.7x3.0x3.7 cm in longitudinal. no right hydronephrosis,?ANS: Need to know why the ultrasound was done. Sounds like a renal cyst but CT better to followup on. I specialize in these problems so can do 2nd opinion if desired. ...Read more
Yes: Congenital UPJ (ureteropelvic junction) obstruction often presents with febrile urinary tract infection, and requires surgical repair. ...Read more
I am 32 weeks pregnant, in my USG report it is found that baby's bilateral kidney shows pelvicalyceal separation with anteroposteror diameter of 9mm i?
Follow up: >7 mm AP diameter pelvis at 32 weeks gestation is abnormal that needs follow up & post- natal evaluation. ...Read more
Dilated Pelvis: Prenatally it is not uncommon to see these things on ultrasound and certainly they need to be followed during the subsequent weeks. But often they resolve and can be minor things. Following by ultrasound is very important and will give the answers you are looking for. ...Read more
Fullness: Dilatation of the renal pelvis can imply some distension of the renal collecting system. Such a finding can reflect reflux of urine up the ureter, a stricture of the ureter, a stone partially blocking the ureter or a manifestation of a renal infection. Sometimes a blood vessel can press on the ureter and cause mild stasis of urine and dilatation or the pelvis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
PUV serious problem: Posterior urethral valves cause severe urinary tract obstruction. They are located at level of external urethral sphincter, distal to bladder neck & prevent urine from passing. Can cause severe kidney damage before birth, as evidence by kidney swelling (hydronephrosis). Bladder & bladder neck can be greatly thickened & first part of urethra, before valves is widely open. Treated by resection. ...Read more
Depends how much: I assume somebody saw calcification on an x-ray. Unless it's a tiny amount, it means you have early atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). Calcified arteries at age 30 are worrisome and suggest at some point blood flow could be reduced to your heart and other organs. Is your blood sugar, blood pressure or cholesterol elevated? Have a physician check out your metabolism. Avoid junk food. ...Read more
What to do if I'm 35 weeks pregnant and my ultrasound says mild polyhydramnios with bilateral fetal dilated renal calyces?
Talk to your doctor: Depending on other clinical factors, mild polyhydramnios and mild dilated calyces may be within normal limits, but could be markers for a high risk delivery and underlying fetal problems. This cannot be answered in a forum. Your doctor needs to evaluate all the parameters. ...Read more
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