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What causes homogeneously reduced echotexture of the liver in ultrasound?

What causes homogeneously reduced echotexture of the liver in ultrasound?

Explanation: All tests , including US, required clinical correlation. It means that Doctor, who ordered your test and know your clinical presentation can give you explanation of this finding. It may be benign accidentally finding. ...Read more

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Homogeneous in echotexture prostate what is it?

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Homogeneous in echotexture prostate what is it?

good news: It means that the density of the prostate is the same throughout the entire gland. It usually means there are no suspicious areas. ...Read more

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Homogeneous echotexture with sharp margin in prostate what is it ???

Homogeneous  echotexture  with sharp margin in prostate what is it  ???

Means need: further evaluation by urologist , could be benign prostatic enlargement Speak to your doctor ...Read more

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What is meant by prostate and homogenous echotexture?

What is meant by prostate and homogenous echotexture?

good news: It means that the density of the prostate is the same throughout the entire gland. It usually means there are no suspicious areas. ...Read more

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What to do about prostate enlarged in size with normal echotexture?

What to do about prostate enlarged in size with normal echotexture?

Here are some ...: Normal tissue texture on prostate ultrasound exam usually denotes the presence of benign prostate enlargement, for which no treatment / intervention is required unless the man has slowing urine flow, not emptying well, superimposed UTI, etc. See urologist timely and don't wait until having extreme irritative and obstructive voiding symptoms. ...Read more

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Homogenously increased hepatic echotexture likely due to diffuse fatty infiltration?

Homogenously increased hepatic echotexture likely due to diffuse fatty infiltration?

Sounds right...: Interpretation on sono report. Fatty infiltration of the liver commonly occurs with overweight/obesity, alcohol intake, some meds. May or may not cause increased size of liver, discomfort, abnormal blood tests. May lead to chronic inflammation and liver disease in some. Rx first with rx the underlying issues-lose weight, cut back or cut out alcohol, check meds with doc. ...Read more

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What does renal cortical echotexture mean?

What does renal cortical echotexture mean?

Tissue density: Of kidney cortex. Cortex of kidneys contains nephrons, about 1 million/kideny. The area of kideney fuction, filtration ; reabsorbtion. Ultrasound is study using sound waves whuch either pass through tissue or bounce back. Echotexture is nil or black through water ; becomes progressively more white as tissus becomes more dense. Thus white for bone or stone. Dark/hypoechoic texture is usually better. ...Read more

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What does heterogeneity of echotexture in the kidney mean?

What does heterogeneity of echotexture in the kidney mean?

Ultrasound cloudy: The increased echogenicity generally means there is some chronic process going on. Knowing the sizes of the kidneys, whether there are stones, cysts, or evidence of obstruction, are all important other features that aid in giving the entire impression. , . ...Read more

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What does it mean to have areas of increased echotexture in both kidneys?

What does it mean to have areas of increased echotexture in both kidneys?

Kidney ultrasound: This is a finding reported on kidney ultrasound. It is usually associated with chronic kidney disease of any cause. ...Read more

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