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Back pain, foul smelling urine. CT scan shows orthotopic liver, calcified granuloma in kidney. Help

HI My age is 33yrs, recently i got CT whole abdomen plain & contrast IN the liver it has given as ortotopic and normal size with dereased parenchymal attentuation. Few calcified granulomas at segment V. in kidney the report has give as apperas normal i size, density. no hydronephrosis . A 10mm cortical cystat at lower polar region of right kidney. Few small 2-3mm calculi at all calycies of right and left kidney. Kindly help me, i am getting back pain and fowl smell in the urine
Asked On : Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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Welcome to HCM.
Cysts of this size need no treatment.
Small stones just need plenty of water intake.
Back pain could be postural pain and pain killers should do the trick, at least initially.
Foul smell in urine is due to infection. Urine culture is necessary and appropriate antibiotics should help.

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