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Recent cat showed prominence of the right renal pelvis without urethral dilatation or calculus suggests an incomplete upj obstruction what does this m?
It means incomplete: obstruction where the pelvis of the kidney turns into the ureter. which is high up in the urinary tract. I would follow up with a urologist ...Read more
Impression = minimal lelft hydronephrosis no ureter dilatation A 5MM nonobstructing left renal calculas bladder shows norma out l?
Here are some…: Minimal hydronephrosis could be just a radiologist's subjective impression, but may not be related with a 5-mm non-obstructing stone. However, the key point still lies on how to manage this 5-mm stone, which can be deduced by analyzing the past history of stone activity and balancing medical necessity and professional possibilities. So, consult urologist timely. ...Read more
7x6.7x6.5cm cyst mid pole of kidney compressing left renal pelvis with mild calyceal dilatation Somewhat thickened walls and multiple enhanced septat?
Here are some ...: Despite medical advance and known to most if not all, all modern medical care are still based on INDIRECT evidence resulting from continual collection & analysis of available experience so to apply currently available knowledge, skills, technology, drugs, commonsense, and tads of wisdom at reasonable time in reasonable way to reasonable patients; then, we hope the possible best and have to move on ...Read more
Transient problem: The word "Transient" means lasting only for a short time. So, it appears that the dilation of the renal collecting structures was due to a problem that was not permanent and resolved. That resolution relieved the dilation. Ask the physician (P) who ordered the imaging studies for a more informed opinion, as the P knows the patient and the case better than another P. Good luck. ...Read more
Kidney change: This indicates a slight swelling of soft calyx structures. This bulging can be normal. It can also appear if there is a minor partial block of a ureter below from a stone or gravel. ...Read more
My baby boy renal pelvic dilation of 7mm on both side.At 36w scan,right side is completely gone but left it measures 11mm.will it resolve on its own?
Pelviectasis: Very frequently prenatally diagnosed pelviectasis will resolve on it's own. The finding will require a referral and follow-up visits with a nephrologist, just in case it doesn't go away or gets worse but the most common clinical course is complete resolution. ...Read more
29 years old, bilateral cpcs and mild renal dilation in my 19 wk ultrasound. What is my adjusted risk for trisomy 21,13 and 18?
Consult a Fetal: Maternal Medicine specialist if you're worried about the results of your Level 2 targeted fetal ultrasound. Your age & the results of your screens need to be factored in to calculate your risk. Bilateral Choroid Plexus Cysts are seen on 2nd trimester FUS's in 1-2% of healthy fetuses. They usually resorb in all fetuses. Genetic amniocentesis would give you a definitive answer. ...Read more
Hi am 35w preg.my baby has renal pelvic dilation of 7mm in both side.it stays 7mm till 32w scan.not increased.next scan at 36w.treatmnt aftr birth?
Needs Follow up: It is not uncommon to find dilated renal pelvis on ultrasound. This does not necessarily indicate a problem, but serial measurement and follow up is imperative to a diagnosis. We do see regression in many cases. So do not worry, but definitely follow up. ...Read more
Hi doc.my boy baby had renal pelvic dilation of 7mm on both sides.at 36w scan,right side gone to 5mm and left is 11mm now.worried.how to treat this?
Here are some ...: Congratulate for coping well to move pregnancy up to near-term stage. At this time, I would never advise to worry or do something trying to change your baby; just continue your maternal duty to nurture him to term coming in 3-5 weeks. Then, see how he may thrive and live with whatever come with his life. At around one month after birth, repeat ultrasound of kidneys and see; then decide how to... ...Read more
I been having pulsation in my right side of my ribs. I have a right renal aneurysm and an aneurysmal dilation in my liver. Can be related?
Here are some ...: The bruit from blood flow turbulence in arterial aneurysm or stenosis may be felt as pulsation but very unlikely from that in the deep seated area like renal and hepatic arteries. The possible issue of linking pulsation in right ribs with renal / hepatic aneurysm should be directed with the Doc who ordered the imaging studies and has taken care of you. Online speculation would not be sure for such ...Read more
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