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What Is A Bilateral Extrarenal Pelvis
Usually normal: In an adult ultrasound, and in the absence of other findings, a prominent renal pelvis is frequently seen as a normal anatomy variation of the kidney. If there are urologic symptoms as the reason behind getting the ultrasound however, follow up with a urologist should be made. ...Read more
Extra renal pelvis: It's a very common variation of renal development. It's repurcussions---- sometimes ( not always) can cause obstruction in the extra renal part. Most of times though--- it stays silent! Meaning no effect! Sometimes can cause renin mediated hypertension ie a kind of high BP which has renal etiology. ...Read more
Here are...: It is a common round space of variable diameters from few mm to many cm incidentally found in scrotal US for evaluating some pain / ache in the sac; it is usually located at globus major of epididymis. Such cyst may present as single or multiple like a cluster. More detail? Ask Urologist for detail. ...Read more
What is a questionable punctate calcific density in the kidney, CT report says that. Also what is a 1.2 CM probable cyst in the lower pole of kidney?
Kidney abnormalities: "calcific densities" in the kidneys usually represent calcifications or stones, depending on any other associated findings they may have mentioned. Sometimes kidney tumorsay calcify, but they would have mentioned any finding concerning for this. Cysts are very common, and if they meet certain well defined criteria (bozniak classification), they are usually benign and need no further follow up. ...Read more
Common variant: The left renal vein drains the left kidney into the inferior vena cava (ivc). To get there, it has to go around the aorta. Most often, this path is in front of the aorta. Less commonly, it passes behind (retro aortic). This is of no significance unless surgery in that area is necessary, in which case it's helpful for the surgeon to know ahead of time. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Ultrasound: there is a large complex cyst vs.2 cysts seen in the general region of the left hepatic lobe measures 6.2 CM is non vascular what is it?
Can't Tell: Most liver cysts are harmless. Some can be the result of parasitic infection or previous injury. Rarely, they can be related to tumors. Your cyst may need to be aspirated and the fluid analyzed for further evaluation. ...Read more
What is the left adnexa?Im confused.I have an exophytic cyst w/ a solid mural nodule in the left adnexa likely arising from left ovary?What is this ?
Tge adnexar: Is the tissues in the area of the ovary, tube and mesosalpinx. They feel like there is a growth on your left ovary. ...Read more
Prominent bilateral C7 transverse processes versus small hypoplastic bilateral cervical ribs, what is this?
Minor anatomic: variations in the development of the vertebra, likely of no significance. ...Read more
What does a "solitary cyst in the left kidney" and a "solitary enlarged uterus with focal adenomyosis" mean?
Ultrasound or MRI?: Usually nothing if you have no abnormal bleeding or pain. An enlarged uterus can be normal after childbirth (dimensions?), and adenomyosis is simply endometrium (uterine lining) growing into the muscular layer (also called endometriosis interna). Both may be normal for you & can be followed by ultrasound along with your renal cyst. See your doc if you are having problems & good luck. ...Read more
Ct of abdomin: "uterus is heterogeneous in attenuation with cyst and probable myomatous. No assymmetry cysts is essentially left ovary" interpret?
Not necessarily.: "mass" is a vague term often used to describe a lump found on physical examination. Possible causes include those arising from the abdominal wall or from within the abdominal cavity. This finding warrants a more detailed search, which may include an ultrasound +/- a ct of the abdomen. As we like to say, "walk before you run": don't reach too many conclusions until your doctor completes their eval. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What does bilateral extrarenal pelves are seen which are prominent more so on right kidney then left mean in a CT scan. Also states mild hydronephrosi?
Cysts: Renal cysts are small collections of fluid in the kidneys. They occur quite frequently in people and are often only discovered when doing a routine exam for another reason. Most renal cysts do not have any medical significance but it would be reasonable to discuss with doctor. ...Read more
Fullness: Dilatation of the renal pelvis can imply some distension of the renal collecting system. Such a finding can reflect reflux of urine up the ureter, a stricture of the ureter, a stone partially blocking the ureter or a manifestation of a renal infection. Sometimes a blood vessel can press on the ureter and cause mild stasis of urine and dilatation or the pelvis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mural calcification: First, it is benign and it means as it says , small calcification in a benign cyst. But, you should follow on it and see your doctor. ...Read more
My ultrasound shows an isoechoic lesion of the left middle kidney which may represent an anatomic variance vs solid renal mass. What could that mean?
Sometimes normal: variations in the anatomy of the kidney can mimic a mass on ultrasound, and it is difficult to make a reliable determination. When this is the case, another study like CT or MRI can easily sort it out. These usually turn out to be normal variations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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