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Medicine For Hydronephrosis
Usually intervention: Hyrdonephrosis is an anatomic diagnosis, usually caused by obstruction, less common by reflux of urine from bladder & occasionally by infection. Thus intervention, to relieve blockage, usually required to correct cause, unless mild. Obstruction from narrow or kinked kidney outflow needs pyeloplasty surgery, stones passed or removed + meds if metabolic cause, tumor removed, antibiotics 4 infection. ...Read more
What is best medicine to be taken when it was diagnose with moderate hydronephrosis secondary to proximal ureterolithiases?
Urologist to advise: Most obsttructing stones in proximal ureter are too large to pass spontaneously, especially if >5mm diameter. Tamsulosin can help to dilate ureter to facilitate passage of kidney stones & drink lots of water. Severe pain would indicate need for intervention with jj stent followed by shockwave or ureteroscopic lithotripsy. ...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
Hydronephrosis: Refers to fluid inside the kidney. This fluid is urine which is able to remain in the kidney because of a larger size of the renal pelvis. The renal pelvis is the part of the kidney where the urine collects prior to descending into the bladder. The size of the pelvis should not exceed 7 mm on ultrasound. Small increases have no clinical significance and may represent variants of normal. ...Read more
It depends...: Hydronephrosis, typically diagnosed by a ct scan or an ultrasound, is distension of the portion of the kidney that collects the urine. There are many causes, but the most common in adults is obstruction to the flow of urine. Left untreated, this can lead to permanent kidney damage. You should see your urologist for further information. ...Read more
Obstructed urine flo: Hydronephrosis is kidney damage due to blockage of ureters preventing urine from flowing properly. Specifically, it refers to enlargement of kidney from pressure. Check out http://www. Medicinenet. Com/hydronephrosis/article. Htm. Solution is to fix cause of obstruction. ...Read more
Kidney swelling: Due to abnormal amount of urine retained by kidney due to swelling of internal renal collecting system consisting of cayces & renal pelvis. Urinary collecting ducts drain into calyces which dreain into pelvis (like a funnel) draining into ureter. Causes mostly blockage, congenital or acquired from stone, fibrous tissue, growth or external pressure of pelvis or lower down, or from bladder reflux. ...Read more
It depends on cause: Hydronephrosis is a descriptive term for "a lot of fluid in the kidney". It can have multiple causes: from congenital obstruction to stones to reflux of urine from the bladder. Sometimes hydronephrosis is the end result of one of the above conditions and does not require any treatment. By analogy it is like a headache which can be caused by several conditions: treat the cause of the headache. ...Read more
Not to worry:
Your baby will have an ultrasound after birth to see if it is still there. This is a finding I read a lot on prenatal ultrasound reports. So far none in my experience have had it after birth even though they were all thought to have it prenatally.
It means the kidney on the affected side has developed an appearance suggestive of back up fluid and pressure on it as if something is blocking the flow of urine from the kidney to the bladder. ...Read more
Obstructed: Hydronephrosis of one or both kidneys means there is blockage or obstruction preventing the urine from flowing normally from the kidney to the bladder, and then out the urethra. There are many causes such as stones, tumors, scarring, etc. If blockage occurs below the bladder i.E an enlarged prostate in a male, both kidneys will be involved. If severe and chronic, can result in kidney failure. ...Read more
Hydronephrosis: See a urologist, if you have a hydronephrosis (H). Depending on the time you had it, resolving the H may allow your working kidney to recover its baseline function. If you do not get a diagnosis of the H's cause and treatment for it, you may lose the function of that kidney which would be a shame. Good luck. ...Read more
I have duplicated ureters on my r side. They come to form 1, it's too narrow resulting in moderate hydronephrosis. Is it common to place 2 stents in?
No. Why 2 placed?: U probably have uretero-vesical junction obstruction on that side & urologist may be trying to stretch it to correct hydronephrosis. Ok as a temporary solution if u were symptomatic. Double stunting or endoscopic balloon dilatation of uvj unlikely to correct problem. Excision of obstructed terminal ureter + reimplant may well be required. Hope urologist is experienced otherwise see pedi. Gu dr. ...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 more
Cystadenomas: Ovarian cystadenomas are usually very large cystic tumors arising from the ovaries. As a result of their size and origin, they can cause direct compression on the nearby ureter. The compression leads to dilation of the ureter and is called hydroureter / hydronephrosis. www. Peedoc. Com @drhtay. ...Read more
Observe vs repair: Most cases of hydronephrosis in children do not require treatment. In general, it is caused by either partial obstruction of the ureter or bladder, by reflux up the ureter from the bladder, or by large urine production. In many cases, it is none of the above. It is important to have an evaluation to understand its cause and to determine the best means of observing it for deterioration. ...Read more
In general, hydronephrosis is caused by either partial obstruction of the ureter or bladder, by reflux up the ureter from the bladder, or by large urine production.
Excessive fluid intake may exacerbate this condition. It is important to have an evaluation to understand its cause and to determine the best means of observing it for deterioration. ...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