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Renal Ultrasound White Spots Kidney
Varies: The urine collecting system is supposed to flow out, not back & reflux describes back flow. Two issues have importance;chance of infection going up to the kidney from the bladder& pressure stretching open the collecting system. Low grade reflux will often disappear within a year or two, high grade reflux may require surgery.Discuss your kids findings & explore your options. ...Read more
An ultraound, also known as a sonogram, is a painless and relatively inexpensive imaging test that utilizes sound waves instead of ionizing radiation. There are no side effects. Ultrasound can give us two-dimensional, and in some applications three-dimensional, images of structures and organs in virtually any part of the body. In addition to diagnostic uses, such as evaluating abnormalities in the abdomen, pelvis, and breast, ultrasounds are commonly used to guide needle and catheter placement in a variety of surgical ...Read more
Renal ultrasound showed small hyperechoic foci in both kidneys. What can cause multiple small stones in both kidneys in a 33 yr. Old male? Could taking high vit d daily with calcium long term cause it
Kidney stones: The question is why are you taking vitamin d and calcium (c) at all? Your stones could certainly be due to taking those agents. Have a physician order a 24 hour urine collection for uric acid, c and phosphorus levels. If your calcium is high in it, you may need to be on diuretics to reduce the c there. Have a doctor discuss with you the reasons you should or should not be on vit d and c. Good luck. ...Read more
Still waiting on my most recent labs but my labs from last week my GFR was 84? This is still a normal value correct? Hydronephrosis r kidney no obstruction on ct, scheduled to have renal ultrasound to verify on 1/16.
30 yr old female. Had renal ultrasound for micro hematuria. Left ureter jet wasn't firing. Kidney blood test normal. Could this be cancer?
Blood in urine: It is not likely that you have a cancer. I see you are taking anticoagulant meds. This can predispose to hematuria. Given the ultrasound finging of what could be slowed urine passage thru one ureter, coupled to microhematuria, I recommend further dialogue with your docs. An IVP or better, a CT-IVP is a valuable next test. ...Read more
The renal ultrasound and kub X-ray shows no stones in kidneys or gall bladder but a urinal stone. What might be the reason?
I had a renal ultrasound and a large benign cyst was found on my upper left kidney. Is this something to worry about and is there treatment for this?
Don't worry: Simle beign renal cyst can reliably by diagnosed by a good ultrasound examination. Inner outine of cyst wall is smooth and regular, should have no sepations or irregularities. No indication for anything else other than repeat us in 6 months. 30% of adult population have benign renal cysts of various sizes. Only indication for treatment would be pain or tenderness overlying kidney. ...Read more
Renal ultrasound.: Renal ultrasound can find blockages of the urine in the urinary tract or bladder, blockages of the arteries the feed the kidneys blood, kidney size, kidney cysts (and polycystic kidney disease), sometimes but not always kidney stones, and kidney tumors. Since it uses sound waves to create images of the kidney, it is safe, but operator dependent and the images are subject to erroneous interpretation. ...Read more
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
Your: Doctor must suspect some sort of kidney problem. There are numerous potential renal abnormalities and renal manifestations of systemic abnormalities. Avoid speculation and ask your doc the reason for the test. ...Read more
The bladder should be full for this study...
– children who have bladder control should not empty their bladder for two to three hours before the ultrasound scan
– infants who do not have bladder control should have as much fluid as they can tolerate about 30 minutes before the ultrasound scans. ...Read more
Not pyelonephritis: Renal ultrasound can not detect pyelonephritis unless there is appreciable swelling of part or all of the kidney. It is excellent for demonstrating kidney cysts, hydronephrosis or kidney obstruction. Will demonstrate large and obstructing kidney stones but can and will miss small kidney stones smaller especially smaller than 3mm. ...Read more
My daughter had a renal ultrasound done yesterday and it did not show any blue during the blood flow. What does that mean?
Nothing: There are no symptosms that you will experience with a kidney ultrasound. This is an ultrasound test of the kidneys that is safe and does not emit radiation but is a very useful for examing the kidneys. ...Read more
See below: Generally speaking there are no fasting requirements for renal ultrasound however centers differ in their requirements. ...Read more
Nothing: Don't worry! Just wait for the results and be sure and take notes. ...Read more
Color Doppler: They indicate the direction and velocity of blood flow. ...Read more
Ultrasound of kidney: This is an ultrasound of the kidneys. This will show the condition of the kidneys. The color flow will show what kind of blood flow to the kidneys exists. For example, infections of the kidneys will show an increase in the blood flow. And increased color. It depends on why this study is being performed. ...Read more
Blood flow to kidney: IUltrasound shows the picture of the kidney and Doppler shows the blood flow into the kidney ...Read more
Renal ultrasound: Sonographic imaging of the kidney can reveal a number of conditions. It screens for congenital abnormalities of the kidney as well as obstruction, tumors, cysts and larger kidney. Abnormalities found with renal ultrasound offer require more sophisticated forms of imaging to clarify. ...Read more
Followup ultrasound: Prenatal ultrasounds are pretty routine now to verify dates/fetal growth/placental location, etc. One common finding is some studies is a bit of extra space (dilated collection system) within kidney scan that may or may not represent a problem for baby. Babies don't make much pee in the womb but after 2 wks of age a followup study will tell me if it is a real issue. Ask your OB if its another issue. ...Read more
I had a very painful renal ultrasound today and since have had continued aching in back area that won't quit, what's going on?
Not clear: The ultrasound waves for the exam are not pain producing. The pressure required to study the kidneys may cause discomfort. The pain may be in the kidney such as infection or obstruction, however, structures in the vicinity such as overlying muscles may also be painful during the exam. Consult your doctor regarding the persistent pain. ...Read more
The kidneys are paired organs that lie on either side of the vertebral column. Part of their critical functions include the excretion of urine and removal of nitrogenous wastes products from the blood. They regulate acid-base, electrolyte, fluid balance and blood pressure. Through hormonal signals, the kidneys control the ...Read more
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