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Non Obstructing Nephrolithiasis
Maybe: It depends on where the foci were seen. Were they in the kidney or in the renal sinus? In the cortex, it could be artifact or fat. In the renal sinus, it could be artfiact or kidney stone. If there is a concern for stones, ct is the most accurate test.See 1 more doctor answer
Solutes precipitate and combine to form stones formed of calcium oxalate usually around a nidus of uric acid. Other solutes that form stones are ca and mg phosphates, cystine, and uric acid staghorn calculi form in the presence of chronic urinary tract infections. Stones can be painful, may require ...Read more
I have multiple non-obstructing nephrolithiasis atleast 8 in the right and 5 in the left. Which measures ranging from 1.7mm to 6.8mm, should I worry?
No but: Try not to worry but you should be seen and followed by a urologist and get a stone metabolic workup on blood and urine. The 6.8mm stone will not pass on its own and will give pain in all likelihood unless it is in a certain location...More info needed. Get help if possible where you are.See 1 more doctor answer
I have pelvic ultrasound yesterday and found out tiny non obstructing nephrolithiasis, bilateral; small renal cyst measuring 9mm, left. Should I worry?
No: Small kidney cysts are pretty common. And small non obstructing stones should not cause much issue especially if you have a history of prior stones. If concerned, check with your urologist or physician who ordered the tests.See 2 more doctor answers
I am 24 year old suffering from kidney stone which obstructed in ureter confirmed by ultrasound exam is of 7-8 mm. Can it be pass without surgery?
Possibly: Stone size is the major determinant of the likelihood of spontaneous stone passage. The location of the stone is also important. With stones larger than 4 mm in diameter, there is a progressive decrease in the spontaneous passage rate, which is unlikely with stones > 10 mm. Proximal ureteral stones are also less likely to pass on their own.See 2 more doctor answers
Stone: This means stones within the kidney.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends on Size: The size of the stone determines if treatment is needed, as well as what approach. Stones in the kidney >2.5 cm usually need surgery through a keyhole incision in the back (pcnl). Smaller stones (but >4 mm) in the kidney may need eswl (sound waves) or a direct look through the ureter (ureteroscopy) with laser break up. Often stones can be observed by xray, intervening only when painful.
I have several nonobstructing nephrolithiasis, largest is 3.5 mm. Should I worry? How long in furture till they start hurting? I have pain medicine
Needs follow-up: At this point it sounds like the stones are still in the kidney. They should not cause pain unless they start moving down the kidney tube (ureter). Good news is largest stone is 3.5 mm which should be passable. Would see urologist to follow stones and do tests to see why you are forming them
Drink water: Key is staying hydrated with light urine without fail. Cal is rasid by no means dooms you to kidney stones.
Stone formers: Nephrolithiasis means kidney stones. Nephrocalcinosis is a condition of depositing calcium into the tissue/collecting systems/tubules of either the cortex (outer portion) or medulla (inner portion) of the kidney - this can lead to stone formation. Corticol and medullary nephrocalcinosis have different mechanisms/causes and are associated with different physiologic/anatomic conditions (eg msk).
Mal-rotated relatively small right kidney with nephrolithiasis and hydronephrosis due to narrowing at puj. (but I don’t feel any pain)?
I am a hemophhilic from nepal. I puj stenosis bilateral and right kidney gross hydronepheosis and left mild hydronephrosis. Rt.Multiple nephrolithiasi?
Surgery: You will likely need surgery to fix all of this. Do you have access to a urologist?See 1 more doctor answer
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.See 1 more doctor answer
Interpret the result hyperechoic foci right 0.36cm left 0.42cm diffused fatty liver change, mild nephrolithiasis, bilateral female 49?
On a recent us it came back as hydronephrosis and no nephrolithiasis or focal renal parenchymal lesion mean in the right kidney. What does this mean?
? kidney infection: Hydronephrosis is a condition of expansion of the internal areas of the kidney that hold urine. This is seen with a blockage of the system, an infection or sometimes as a normal variant. When it is on one side, with your symptoms, it is likely due to kidney infection. You should be on antibiotics if you are not already. Please see your doctor right away if you are not.See 2 more doctor answers
On a recent sonogram, I was diagnoed with mild hydronephrosis and then the next sentence said no hydronephrosis or nephrolithiasis or focal parenchyma?
Ask: Are you sure it was not "mild hydronephrosis"for one side and"no hydronephrosis"for the other? If there is mild hydro then no hydro may be a typographic error. The side with no stones will have no hydro. It is best to check with the doctor who ordered the study who can always call the radiologist who dictated the report and talk to her or him. Best wishes.See 1 more doctor answer
What does this KUB impression means: Renal Calcification vs. Nephrolithiasis; right kidney. There is 7.1 mm high level echo in the right kidney.
It probably means: You have a 7.1mm kidney stoneGet a more detailed answer ›
Pain RLQ for 2 wks, CT w/blt nephrolithiasis, largest 3 mm on rt. Also says "Pulmonary single punctate stone seen on the left." What does that mean?
Unsure: The language doesn't make sense other than right kidney stone. Ask for clarification.
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