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Mild Fullness Of The Left Pelvicalyceal System
Can doctors tell me what does mild fullness of left pelvicalyceal system and ectatic left ureter mean?
Kidney: This description is of your kidney and ureteral anatomy. A full explanation, which you deserve, is best given by a urologist who has the x-rays and can review the findings and their meanings with you. ...Read more
Echogenic focus on LV, fullness of left pelvicalyceal system. Found in anomalies scan at 22nd week. Does it indicates down syndrome?
Genetic testing: We can not conclude the genetic status of the baby based only on these findings. This typically would prompt further testing. There are blood tests that are commonly done to help assess the risk of the genetic abnormalities during the 1st and 2nd trimester of pregnancy. Contact your doctor to determine if these were done and schedule a visit to discuss the sonogram findings in detail. ...Read more
I have gone through lft. My total protein level is 8.1 and sgpt is 40. In usg shows left kidney has minimal fullness of pelvicalyceal system. Need adv
Here are some...: Without clinical symptoms and history, fairly speaking, a professional could not deduce a clinically relevant diagnosis from the one-time finding of pelvicalyceal fullness in left kidney, although possible mild long-term functional "obstruction at the upper part of ureter needs to be considered. So, ask and discuss this finding with your doctor so to reach reasonable possible explanation. Best... ...Read more
IMPRESSION: 1.Pelvicalyceal fullness are noted in both sides-? cystitis. 2. Mild PID Please correlate clinically... What does it mean? Plz explain me
What does mild uretero-pelvocalyceal fullness means? Doest it have something to do why im having recurrence of urinary tract infection? Treatment??
Perhaps: Possibly but the specialist that can answer your question is a urologist. Ask you family doctor to refer you to one ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Pelvicalyceal fullness on both sides (kidneys) may mean nothing important if the size, tissue thickness, & contour of both kidneys and blood test for renal function are normal. Pelvicalyceal is a technical term which denotes the hollow part of kidney for collecting & transporting the urine down to the ureter. For individual detailed significance, ask your doc. ...Read more
Hi I am 70 years old and did a CT scan It shows in the right kidne there's mild dilatation of pelvicalyceal and ureter is there anything to worry about?
Dilatation of the ureter usually implies a blockage to urine flow into the urinary bladd. Since it is mild, it may just be a normal variation. But why did you have CT scan done in the first palce?
If there is concern, your doctor can check your urine (Urinalysis. If you have any new symptoms such as abdominal pain. the CT scan of your abdomen should be repeated in 3 to 6 months time to follow up on ...Read more
Not seen on kub: KUB is image of abdomen without any contrast material. Details of kidneys not visualized. Pelvocalyceal fullness can not be appreciated. Ultasound exam or study with intravenous contast such as CT can show collecting systems of kidneys and would demonstrate pelvocalyceal fullness, ...Read more
What does mild fullness of the right renal collecting system without definite obstructing calculi mean?
Minimal swelling: Swelling of major urine ducts between collecting tubules and kidney pelvis, which 'funnel' draining all urine from kidney into the ureter. Mild fullness, usually within normal limits. Can signify minimal partial kidney obstruction from an anatomic narrowing, or from infection. Can also be from ureteral obstruction at bladder level, bladder neck ot urethra or bladder reflux or hight urine flow rate. ...Read more
What this means in USG KUB REPORT? IMPRESSION: Mild fullness of the right upper ureter and collecting system of the right kidney.
KUB: It means the right upper tube draining your kidney is mildly full as is the part above this. I would discuss with the Dr. Who wrote the report as mild fullness is vague. ...Read more
27 week pregnancy with mild fullness of the pelvi-calyceal system bilaterally, what does this mean? Any side effects on baby?
No problem: Having slightly dilated ureters and kidneys is common due to the pressure of the uterus placed on the ureters. This does not hurt the baby. ...Read more
What does urothelial cells with degenerative changes on urine cytology mean? Crystals present. Also mild fullness renal collecting system.
I am 28 weeks. My amniotic fluid level is 22cm. My fetal kidneys show minimal fullness of pelvicyceal system left 3.7 and right is 3.8mm. Worried?
Findings: If you're having a boy this could be an early sign of posterior urethral valves, which is easily corrected after delivery and shouldn't be an issue. Your fluid level is probably just fine. My only concern is that you haven't been tested for gestational diabetes yet. ...Read more
What is bilateral pelvi-calyceal system fullness (left>right)? What is d treatment of mildly dilated left ureter with left VUJ calculus (8mm)?
Kidney obstruction: Pelvi-calyceal system fullness refers to dilation of the internal structures of the kidney, usually caused by obstruction of drainage from the kidney. An 8 mm stone has a low likelihood of passing spontaneously, and will usually require treatment to remove it, in order to relieve obstruction of the kidney and ureter. This can be done using minimally invasive scope procedures, or shock wave treat.. ...Read more
Stable = good+/-.: Fullness means there is something more buldging/larger than expected in an area. Peri-hilar means the area where your bronchial tree in the lung area splits up into the different branches that go out to the lung. Therefore, you have a fullness of that area. Stable can be good, but what is the time frame? To be safe, check with the ordering doc to see if it needs further testing. ...Read more
I was practicing my full golf swings yesterday, and I am now experiencing some mild pain on my left wrist. Should I just leave my wrist alone?
My MRI results for left kneew reveals: mild thinning of the cartilage along the lateral femoral condyle with out full thickness defect or underlying reactive change. There is mild to moderate thinning of the medial compartment cartilage w/out full thickn
You: You have several reasons for pain based on this report. Where is your pain? Along the inside, front, or back of the knee. Based on the fact that there is mild to moderate thinning of the articular (joint surface) cartilage in the medial (inside) compartment, I assume your partial menisectomy in 2000 was on the inside (medial) aspect of your knee. If that is the case, you have done very well for the past 12 years considering that you are a runner only to have mild thinning! Grading of arthritis in an MRI (where most likely you were laying down) is sometimes a little artificial so it is a little hard to tell how bad it really is. You definitely have thinnning, and it is probably a little more advanced in the medial (inside) compartment than for age, although basing this on a report is very subjective. The baker's cyst is located in the back of the knee, so if your pain is in the back, then this is the most likely the culprit. That being said, the baker cyst is a direct result of the joint being irritated, either from the medial meniscus tear or arthritis. Pain from the current meniscus tear should be along the inside of the knee, and it may be associated with instability, locking or catching. Based on this report, you should see a sports medicine professional to discuss your options. Good luck! . ...Read more
Left tonsil is swollen and full of white spots. It's painful at all times and makes eating unpleasant. Mild fever, earache, and headache also.
Might be strep: Sounds like it could be strep throat, which needs treatment. White spots on tonsils with a sore throat can be due to other causes, like viruses, but it is crucial to get checked for strep throat, because if it is not treated you may develop complications later on. So call /see your doc, or go to an urgent care center/ ER It can wait till tomorrow, as long as you have no trouble swallowing, etc. ...Read more
I pinched my nose and clear sinus congestion -now have fullness in left ear, slight ringing, mild pain. What percent chance do I have perf TM?
Almost zero: Under normal circumstances the eustachian tube allows drainage of fluid from the inner ear to the nasopharynx, behind nose. When the nose is pinched and pressure applied, air and sometimes fluid ise forced up the eustachian tube. This can result in feeling of fullness, ringing, and/or pain due to the increased pressure applied to the ear drum (TM). The chance of perforated TM is ...Read more
Mild glaucoma, rt. Eye w/full visual field 10 mos. Ago. DMV tested peripheral 50 degrees left, 70 deg right. My doctor thinks test wrong. I hope so.
Go to your eye docto: Have your eye doctor check Intraocular pressures and test your peripheral visual fields! ...Read more
What could cause lower intermittent left side facial tingling? It started 4 months ago with an ear infection that I had was not diagnosed right away. The tingling is mild and sometimes associated with ear fullness and pressure behind the left ear. Normal
Mild flu symptoms 2 days. Fever 100.8. Occ cough fits., low mucus. Aching under full left ribcage; a spasm feel if I push under ribs near stomach. Energy ok. No medical ins. What could it be?
Sounds like a: Viral infection. You can just treat the symptoms if you don't get much worse. Mucinexdm will loosen and help with the cough. Dayquil and nyquil help too. Ibuprofen or aleve (naproxen) for fever or aches. A cool mist humidifier in the room will help too. Did you get a flu shot? ...Read more
Postdromal migraine or brain tumor? Mild pain on left side of head, ringing ears, ear fullness and dizziness for 4 days after week long migraine.
How about neither?: There seems to be an inexplicable epidemic of brain tumor anxiety among otherwise young healthy people. Like that furshlugginer ice bucket challenge that had the unintended consequence of an epidemic of ALS anxiety among otherwise healthy young people. - This may have been a viral infection that spread to your middle & inner ear. If it persists more than a few more days, see your doctor. ...Read more
My mother is experiencing nasal congestion (stuffiness), headache (side: front, left, right) (time frame: gradual) (severity: mild) (occured: > 3 hours) (quality: pressure or fullness, sharp or stabbing) (better by: ibuprofen or aspirin (nsaids)) and run
May be sinus congest: This may be sinus congestion. Treatment depends on her health status, other comorbidities, ...Read more
Renal anatomy: The solid tissue of the kidney is divided into an outer cortex and inner medulla. The blood is filtered and urine and is produced here. Urine is emptied into the collecting system of the renal pelvis. The ureters then transport urine to the bladder. Prominence or enlargement of the collecting system can sometimes indicate obstruction to this outflow. Bilateral means it is seen on both sides. ...Read more
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