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Treatment for calcified renal aneurysm?

Treatment for calcified renal aneurysm?

Depends: on size and symptoms , 2 cm or more size can rapture . the one with calcium deposit is better than the one with out . treatment varies from close observation done more often , , endo-vascular stent and even bench surgery where the kidney is removed and re-implanted ( like renal transplant ) ...Read more

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Can a renal ultrasound diagnose renal parenchymal disease?

Can a renal ultrasound diagnose renal parenchymal disease?

Not typically: An ultrasound can suggest radiographic evidence of medical renal disease but cannot diagnose this. To make the diagnosis of renal parenchymal disease the radiographic findings must be combined with blood studies of kidney function and sometimes urine studies for protein or a kidney biopsy. ...Read more

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Treatment for bilateral carotid artery calcifications?

Treatment for bilateral carotid artery calcifications?

None: Calcification of any artery, by itself, does not warrant any type of intervention or follow up. If that calcification is associated with a stenosis ("narrowing") of the artery, then that may require follow up and/or an operation. The carotid arteries are very often calcified and if associated with a high grade stenosis, may portend a higher risk of stroke. Discuss with a vascular surgeon. ...Read more

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Medicine for bilateral grade 1 renal parenchymal disease?

Medicine for bilateral grade 1 renal parenchymal disease?

See below: Symptoms and concerns like these mandate a thorough evaluation by your doctor. Only after such an evaluation, which may include labs and radiographic examinations, can he/she let you know what's going on and how best to help you. ...Read more

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What's the cure to the kub ultrasound finding which reads "renal parenchymal disease, bilateral"?

What's the cure to the kub ultrasound finding which reads "renal parenchymal disease, bilateral"?

Renal parenchymal dz: Renal parenchymal disease is a phrase usually listed in reports from imaging studies, it is an imaging finding. If you truly have an imaging abnormality it does imply having chronic kidney disease (ckd). With only the phrase renal parenchymal disease, we can't guess on what stage of ckd a person has or the cause of the damage. You need to know what the cause of the abnormality is to treat it. ...Read more

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Cure of diffuse renal parenchymal disease?

Kidney: None, all you can do is protect the remaining portion of your kidneys under the care of a nephrologist. ...Read more

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What's the cure to my kub ultrasound finding "renal parenchymal disease, bilateral"?

What's the cure to my kub ultrasound finding "renal parenchymal disease, bilateral"?

See a Nephrologist: This is a non specific finding that just indicates presence of possible chronic kidney disease (ckd). See a nephrologist who can determine why this happened and suggest a course of treatment. ...Read more

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Treatment of copd with renal insufficienccy?

Treatment of copd with renal insufficienccy?

Nothing specific: There should t be any specific treatment alterations for COPD with renal insufficiency unless you take antibiotics - they may need to be dosed based on your kidney function ...Read more

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What is diffuse renal parenchymal disease?

What is diffuse renal parenchymal disease?

Kidney Disease: "diffuse" means all over the kidney, "parenchymal" means the solid part of the kidney that filters the liquid waste products out of the blood, and "disease" means something is wrong. Typically "diffuse parenchymal disease" means an overall medical problem with the kidney, such as diabetic nephropathy, or post-streptococcal nephritis. In the pediatric world we use this term slightly differently. ...Read more

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How is diagnosis hydronephrosis secondary to staghorn calculi diagnosed?

How is diagnosis hydronephrosis secondary to staghorn calculi diagnosed?

CT scan is best: Kidney ultrasound is not the best modality for diagnosis of staghorn calculus. It is very good in diagnosing hydronephrosis. Most cost effective way, which will give an accurate diagnosis is a plain abdominal X-ray plus kidney ultrasound. ...Read more

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What is chronic renal parenchymal disease ?

What is chronic renal parenchymal disease ?

Renal disease: Chronic renal parenchymal (P) disease refers to damage to the renal parenchyma, as opposed to the renal blood vessels. Before this condition can be treated, the underlying cause of the kidney damage must be determined, as this can dictate which treatment regimen is most appropriate. HBP and diabetes are some of the causes of P. ...Read more

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Can renal calcification be related to coronary calcification?

Can renal calcification be related to coronary calcification?

Renal ARTERY may: Atherosclerosis is usually a system wide condtion and not just limited to one vascular bed. If calcification or atherosclerotic plaquing is present in a peripheral bed the it should be sought out in the heart. ...Read more

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How rare is(calcifixiation) end-stage renal disease?

How rare is(calcifixiation) end-stage renal disease?

Not!: Very commonly seen in end stage kidneys, most notably in the arteries. Due to abnormal calcium metabolism, there is also commonly seen calcifications in many other tissues (dystrophic calcifications). ...Read more

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Leftkidney measures11.3x5.5cms enlarged in size rightkidney 9x5.5cms perapelvic cyst leftkidney causing mild calyectasis.Multiple renal cortical cys?

Leftkidney measures11.3x5.5cms enlarged in size rightkidney 9x5.5cms 
perapelvic cyst leftkidney causing mild calyectasis.Multiple renal cortical cys?

Multiple kidney cyst: The vast majority of renal cysts and benign simple cysts which are a symptomatic and causes no problems. It is not the same as polycystic kidney disease, where many cysts on both kidneys could lead to kidney failure. An ultrasound can determine if these are simple vs complex cysts, the latter could be worrisome. I suspect the kind you have could simply be followed over time; urologist will guide. ...Read more

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Bilateral kidney calcifacation causes?

Bilateral kidney calcifacation causes?

Kidney calcification: Your question is too long to answer here. Please go to this link for more information: http://www.Kidneyresearchuk.Org/__assets/asset288.Pdf good luck. ...Read more

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What characterizes non-small renal cancer?

What characterizes non-small renal cancer?

There's a mistake: Non-small-cell is a group of lung cancers, not renal (kidney) cancers. I am sorry that someone made a mistake and i hope this helps explain why you have had difficulty finding information. Good luck. ...Read more

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What is difference from renal cyst and compartmentalized renal cyst?

What is difference from renal cyst and compartmentalized renal cyst?

Septation: Renal cysts can be simple (one cavity and one capsule) or septated or having compartments. Those are complex cysts and some of them may have a higher chance of being or turning malignant than simple cysts. Those complex cysts need to be monitored and may need to be biopsied. ...Read more

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What is a renal cortical cyst?

What is a renal cortical cyst?

Could be normal: Cysts in the kidneys could be a normal finding if they are simple and one or 2 in number. They may be a sign if a disease called poly cystic kidney disease if they are numerous and bilateral depending on age and if there is family history. Cysts occur with aging and usually if someone is on dialysis they may have cysts. ...Read more

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