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What Is A Bilateral Extrarenal Pelvis
My baby born recently and his ultrasound report shows bilateral prominent foetal renal pelvis (right 4.8mm & left 7.8 mm). What is the risk factor?
Needs followup: There is a higher risk of a urinary tract problem if the measurement is greater than 10 mm on either side. At this point the study should be repeated again after 4-6 wks and it will sometimes normalize. ...Read more
My report of USG Pelvis shows bilateral small ovarian follicles. What does it mean? And how much does these affect in getting pregnant.
In every normal menstrual cycle, there is development of follicles with a dominant one. The recruitment of follicles start about cycle day 2. The ovulation which occurs from the dominant follicle when it is usually more than 18mm to facilitate conception if spermatzoids are available.
Follicular development is very crucial in getting pregnant.
Good luck. ...Read more
Hsg test results impression:no spillage of contrast into the pelvis from the otherwise unremarkable-appearing bilateral fallopian tubes. What's it mean?
Not normal: A normal hsg shows free spillage of contrast from both tubes into the peritoneal cavity. No spill means the tubes are blocked somehow. If the tubes are blocked, the egg cannot travel down the tube to be fertilized by sperm and become an embryo (and the woman becoming pregnant). ...Read more
I hav bilateral renal calculai with no obstractive changes. Size 4mm and 4.2mm. Found in ultrasound scan of admomen pelvis. Plz suggest me. I HV back pain?
See urologist: There are medicines to shrink stones and or prevent more from forming ...Read more
For 2 days I've had sporadic bilateral sharp pain where groin meets my legs very low in my pelvis. Pain is moderate to severe, what could be the cause?
I have done my sonography of pelvis the result is bilateral poly cystic ovaries what does it means nd any precautions also I'm not gettin my periods?
PCOS has many issues: Polycystic ovary syndrome (pcos) is a metabolic disorder. Often women: ovulate infrequently, are overweight/obese, have difficulty getting pregnant, have acne/facial hair, Insulin resistance with higher risk of diabetes. First line treatment is hormonal birth control (pills-patch-ring). Treatment lowers risk of painful rupture and ovarian loss. Using metformin (diabetes drug) may help fertility. ...Read more
I had a MRI done of pelvis it says I have bilateral ovarian cysts 2.7cm and 2.9 CM also shows I have a proximal iliac node 1.7 CM what should I do?
See a doctor.: Ovarian cysts are common. One single mildly enlarged pelvic lymph node is nonspecific. Your doctor may elect to follow up the cyst to see if they would resolve on their own over 2-3 menstrual cycles. They may come and go. See your doctor for check up of the rest of your body to see if there are other enlarged lymph nodes. ...Read more
My wife is 23 weeks pregnant, the ultrasound report shows bilateral prominent foetal renal pelvis (right 7mm & left 11 mm). What is the risk factor?
Mild at present: This is mild bilateral fetal hydronephrosis & 11 mm is cut-off for mild hydronephrosis. Wife's OB will be ordering further maternal/fetal ultrasounds till she delivers. Volume of amniotic fluid will be checked, possible progression of hydronephrosis, sex of baby (if male? Urethral valves), appearance of bladder + ureters, if seen. Recommend prenatal pedi. Urology consultation if hydro. Increases. ...Read more
Calcified granulomas within my spleen, bilateral renal cysts, 4mm kidney stone and punctate calcifications in my pelvis, what would the underlying condition be?
Mostly normal: These are all trivial imaging findings. The old stuff in your spleen probably reflects a long-ago victory over an infection with histoplasmosis. Kidney cysts are trivial and very common. The calcium stuff in your pelvis is probably phleboliths which never cause trouble. I hope the kidney stone stays in place or can be managed. ...Read more
I had an abdomen/pelvis with contrast CT and it showed in the report I had small bilateral ovarian cysts noted. Is that why my periods have been crazy?
Ovarian cysts are very common in women of childbearing age. Most women have ovarian cysts at some time during their lives. Each month, a follicle is formed in one ovary.
At the time of ovulation, an egg is released from the follicle. Sometimes a normal follicle keeps growing resulting in a follicular cyst. If the report does not mention polycystic ovaries, you should not be concerned. ...Read more
I had fracture pelvis near the hip joint sincr one year and till noe I have loew backache and bilateral knee joint pain what is the causes and treatme?
Pain after pelvis fx: I would suspect other injuries. You are young, and it takes a good deal of trauma to fracture a young pelvis. Proper evaluation would require xrays of the spine and pelvis at the time of injury, and likely repeat xrays now due to continued pain. You may have injured your sacrum, iliosacral ligaments, sacroiliac joints, etc. Energy that fractures the pelvis can also be transferred through knees. ...Read more
What cause bilateral sij and r pelvic pain? Scan showed increased uptake r more than left? I have no stifness and exercise, sitting make pain worse.
Muscle and fascia: Si joint and pelvic pain can be caused by thigh, pelvic, gluteal, and abdominal muscles and fascia. Perhaps find someone who can examine you who is expert with myofascial pain or pelvic pain. Uptake is just as likely to show stress from muscle and fascia as inflammation. ...Read more
Hi I have fitz-curtis-Hugh syndrome, pelvic adhesions and bilateral tubal occlusion. For 2 months I have not stopped bleeding and not eating.?
My bilateral hip MRI came back with 3 "glowing" spots in my hip/pelvic area. I am 29 female, what is most likely the cause?
My wife did HSG features are of bilateral tubal patency but with pelvic peritoneal adhesions what are chances of conception?
I have a bilateral pelvic phleboli & bulky uterus with no bleeding is this something serious or it can cause something serious later I am worried.
Bilateral hydrosalpinx diagnosed yesterday via vagus. Pelvic MRI today showed nothing except burst cyst. Confusion on us? Possible? Which to believe?
Here are some...: The odd to pass a 4-mm stone through ureter to bladder in 2 weeks is about 75-85%; for a 11-mm one, its odd to pass should be next to zero. Finding 20-25wbc indicates significant inflammation most likely related with stone-related irritation to the lining of urinary tract. So, intervention at convenient time is advised as long as being tolerable and of no fever. More? Ask treating urologist timely ...Read more
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. ...Read more
Left pelvic pain, bilateral ovarian cyst R 2.8 L 2.4, Lcyst septated (CUL-DE-SAC normal. No fluid or mass)Normal Doppler and spectral limits. Meaning?
Small septated cyst: Cysts that small are frequently part of normal ovulation. A cyst is simply a fluid filled sac on the ovary. A septated cyst means that there is a tissue wall dividing the cyst into at least two parts. A small septated cyst can still be normal but sometimes the ultrasound is repeated to make sure that it goes away as most do. The other things mentioned are normal. Best Wishes! ...Read more
Few things: Recent surgery, prolonged immobilization, long distance traveling, cancer, and smoking cause traditional DVTs. If bilateral veins are compressed, an organ like the uterus can compress the veins but you will probably suffer from large fibroids. Blood disorders or other abnormal masses can also cause a mechanical compression at a higher location than both those veins. Emboli can reach both lungs. ...Read more
Can prostatitis cause pain coming directly from testicles (bilateral), thigh pain, upper left sided pelvic pain and/or varicoceles?
4 DPO with alternating bilateral pelvic pain and some central pelvic discomfort and low back pain. Faint pink x1 with wiping. Implantation?
Too early: If you ovulated four days ago its too early to know and to early to have pregnancy symptoms. If you think you might be pregnant check then check a home pregnancy test if you miss your period. Pelvic pain is very complex and requires an examination to help determine the cause and treatment. ...Read more
How much radiation dose am I risking with a bilateral hip and pelvic CT scan? Should mention do not know if prob is coming from hip for sure
That's going to be considerable rad. Exposure, and a radiologist would be able to give you an exact dose.
After taking a detailed hx, one can certainly point towards a specific site and investigate that part. If multiple bones are thought to be affected, then I get a bonescan, and take it from there. Other tests are done as necessary.
See your orthopod or a pain specialist. ...Read more
I had my pelvic scan n the report says uterus anteverted with normal endometrial n myometrail echoes. Bilateral ovaries polycystic what does it mean?
Depending: On what "polycystic" means the report sounds normal. The ovaries normally create small cystic follicles every month. Polycystic is an overused term that makes women anxious and should only be used when the follicles get abnormally large. Your doctor should be able to help you understand the report. ...Read more
I have just had a Transvaginal ultrasound everything was normal except for prominent arcuate veins and bilateral pelvic congestion should I worry.?
If you have pain: Prominent veins and pelvic congestion (usually dilated veins) are sometimes seen on ultrasound and oftentimes have no correlation. There are some patients with pelvic pain and that/those is/are the only findings and if so might worth further investigation ...Read more
I had a Upper abd & pelvic CT that was clear. But their was the following accidental finding: Minor pleural thickening posteriorly in the lower right zone & small bilateral pleural effusion. Couple of parenchymal bands - left upper lobe.?
Pleural effusions=: Fluid within the pleural space surrounding the lungs. There are a numerous potential etiologies, best to talk to your doc about the results. ...Read more
MRI of hips show osteoarthritis, joint effusion, gluteal tendonipathy (all bi-lateral) and free pelvic fluid. Is there treatment for this?
Multiple findings: These multiple findings would be best explained and treated by an orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more
My day 3 estradiol was 187. Last night I had pelvic pain/burning (bi-lateral) and lower back pain. Also lactating? Prolactin and Fsh was normal.
See GYN: The estradial issue has nothing to do with your problem. Need to consider an infection in the pelvic area but it is best to get your GYN to check it out. ...Read more
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