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Calcification,normal echo density,non residual urine,no pro minim in middle lob

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I got a calcification 16mm with echo structure and echo densitet normal, volume 18cc.No pro minim in the middle lob. Nonresidual urine. Than you
Posted Thu, 26 Apr 2012 in Urinary and Bladder Problems
Answered by Dr. Deepak Anvekar 47 minutes later
Hello ,
Thanks for the query.

It seems that you have undergone an ultrasound of the bladder. The report provided here is incomplete and does not provide all the data.

From the data, provided it seems that there is a foci of calcification within the wall of the bladder.

To guide you properly, it would help if you can provide the following details.

1. Your age.

2. the signs and symptoms that you had ? ( Any history of urinary problems, bleeding in the urine, etc ).

3. Any current treatment you are undergoing ?

You can also add additional information which you feel may be relevant to this matter.

Once you have provided such information, i shall provide you the needed information.

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