What is multiple pelvic phleboliths and treatment?

Calcified Vein. Phleboliths are calcified portions of vein (phlebo=vein, lith=stone). They are very common in veins in the pelvis, but not often seen elsewhere in the body. They are typically discovered as an incidental finding on an x-ray or ct scan. They are harmless and don't require any treatment.
Calcification inVein. Phleboliths are calcified portions of vein (phlebo=vein, lith=stone). They are very common in veins in the pelvis, but not often seen elsewhere in the body. They are typically discovered as an incidental finding on an x-ray or ct scan. They are usually harmless and don't require any treatment.
Pelvic Phleboliths. Pelvic phleboliths are small cacifications in the veins in the pelvic area. They are almost always benign and not caused by a serious medical condition. They generally do not require any treatment unless they become bothersome.

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Hi doctors, can you tell me what is punctate pelvic phleboliths?

Benign. Small benign calcified veins in the pelvis occasionally seen on x-rays. They're pretty common and of no concern. Read more...

From ct stonogram findings is I have pelvic phleboliths. What is that? Can I still be pregnant with that?

Pelvic phleboliths. are small calcifications in the pelvic veins. They are a relatively common incidental finding, and generally are of no clinical significance. Read more...

I recently had a CT that showed an under distended bladder and pelvic phleboliths. I am 4 years out from papillary thyroid ca. Should I be concerned?

Probably not. By a distended bladder I take it they are referring to the urinary bladder. Phleboliths are literally vein stones, and represent calcification within venous structures. They are particularly common in the pelvis. These are benign incidental findings on x-rays and CT scans. Read more...
No. Papillary thyroid cancer if removed and treated by an endocrinologis tis of no concern. Pelvic phleboliths are common. As far as the bladder issue you may want to discuss with your doctor. Read more...