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Intraluminal Stones Seen
Pls interpret this:2-3 round intraluminal signal defects in the gb adjacent to cystic duct.Largest measures 4mm maybe stones/polyps. Do i remove gb?
Not generally. : You likely need additional studies, but gb does not always need to come out. ...Read more
Yes.: Bladder stones can be visualized by cystoscopy. Stone removal, however, is more involved, requiring a procedure called cystolithalopaxy. It is similar to a cystoscopy, but requires general or spinal anesthesia since a larger rigid scope is required, and instruments to break up the stone may be needed. Very large stone may not be amenable to cystolithalopaxy, and require surgery. ...Read more
Earlier report says 11mm gall stone..New report says numerous small calculi seen..What is the difference between new report n old one?
Have u ever seen a GB EF of 21%, nausea, occas minor pain & no stones or wall thickening improve with diet, liver support & discontinuing BHRT?
but often this is a chronic condition that will stay the same without removing the gall bladder. It is kind of borderline for removing it.....not perfect and not totally broken.
Without an actual examination, I cannot give specific medical advice on your particular health. Many people do either option ...Read more
Kidney stone having surgery thursday. Today I am not in pain at all. I am pretty positive it did not pass haven't seen it or felt it move. That normal?
Yes: The stone may have moved into a location that it is not causing any obstruction at the current time. You are fortunate to be able to treat it when you are feeling well. ...Read more
I have all the symptoms of a kidney but i haven't seen any blood in my urine. Could it be something else or can I have a kidney stone still?
Still could be stone: The most common symptom of a kidney stone is pain, often coming in waves ("colicky"). Sometimes pain or burning or difficulty urinating, and as you note, blood in the urine. However, even if not seen, you can still have blood called microscopic, which is detected by checking the urine. If you have fever, the problem could be more serious as infection may be present. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Diagnosed 16 days ago with a 3mm stone at the UVJ. I haven't passed stone and I have been experiencing fluctuating pain on and off for the past few days. Will I be able to pass this stone? I am straining my urine. I have not seen a urologist yet.
I've seen tea listed as a drink to avoid as it might contribute to kidney stones. Does this include green tea?
Controvertial: Tea traditionally has shown to be high in oxalate that can cause kidney stones. Green tea's oxalate content is much lower. But the medical evidence has been conflicting with some recent studies actually suggesting a reduction in the stone risk from even non-green teas! until the jury is out, stick to drinking water..No rx required and cheap! ...Read more
What organs can be seen by having CT without contrast of the kidneys to look for stones?Just curious what all organs were deemed ok...
All of the abdominal: organs that can be seen with a contrast CT are visible on a noncontrast CT: liver, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, etc... Contrast helps detect certain abnormalities within the various structures, sometimes the abnormalities can be seen only with contrast. So, the noncontrast CT visualizes all the organs, but the sensitivity is decreased relative to the C+ exam for detecting some abnormalities. ...Read more
When do I seek medical attention for tea colored urine lasting 3 days. No fever. I had a kub and cystology a week ago. No stones seen then.
Are you a runner?: Are you a heavy exerciser or runner? If so, when skeletal muscle breaks down it releases a substance called myoglobin. This is excreted in the urine and is called myoglobinuria. It colors the urine a pinkish color. There is a simple test to detect whether or not you are excreting myoglobin. There are many other causes of myoglobinuria, many are serious. I recommend you be tested for this. ...Read more
I am suffering kidney stone problem. It is seen in usg kub report that A 7.2mm right renal calculus with minimal prostatomegaly .What should I do.
Renal stones: are you currently having symptoms? If the 7mm stone is in the kidney you can have Lithotripsey to break up the stone into smaller pieces that will pass. I am assuming you are not currently passing a 7 mm stone. You would be in to much pain to write the question. Stones are made in a specific PH environment if you change the PH of the urine you can change the formation of certain stones . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My doctor seen a 2mm kidney stone in a xray on 3/7/12 and I still haven't passed it. Is this normal?
I had two kidney stones one size 12mm and one 3mm both passed thru urine 1 month before I still feel burning sensation after passing the stone I seen ?
Urethral size: The male urethra is 8mm wide. I would imagine that you are still inflamed ...Read more
Does an ivp X-ray show kidney stones when they don't show up on a kub X-ray and can someone still have a stone if none is seen on a kub x-ray?
I had a baby 7 months ago and have gone down to 7 stone 6, dizzy and constipation, seen a doctor and she didn't do anything, should I go again?
Return to doctor: You should go see your doctor again. If you are dissatisfied with the response, it is always a good idea to seek a second opinion from another doctor. Good luck. ...Read more
Right tonsil swollen and a stone fell out. How long will it be swollen from the tonsil stone still? I've seen a doctor it's not infected, doesn't hurt
Even though there is no strep infection in the tonsils, it is likely that a short course of antibiotics and perhaps an anti-inflammatory such as prednisone may help with tonsil swelling. Alternatively, using mouthwash and ibuprofen may help.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tonsillolith ...Read more
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- Kindness stones seen in cystoscopy
- No intraluminal echoes are noted suggestive of lithiasis or mass
- Foliccul seen
- No free fluid seen in pod
- Yolk sac not seen
- Gram negative bacilli seen
- Can the ileum be seen in colonoscopy?
- No trichomonas or candida organisms are seen
- Can a kidney stone be seen on toilet paper?