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CT scan done, 2mm hypodensity in lower pole of right kidney, too small to characterize. Had hematuria. Could this causing it?

Hi I got my a ct scan done and my right kidney measures 11 cm in length a d left kidney measures 11.6 cm in length. the report showed that there is a 2mm hypodensity in the lower pole of the right kidney, too small to characterize. Should I see a nephrologist for this even though my doctor says I shouldn't worry about it? I have had hematuria for many years now and doctors can't figure out why I have it. Could this be causing it?
Asked On : Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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Hi, inteligent question, of course the difference in size and C.T. scan report is not suggesting any thing, but the hematuria is to be considered for consultation of the nephrologist.
If the hematuria is of microscopic, it could be a matter of urologist, may be a stone in the urinary tract, if it is frank blood, to consult a nephrologist is a must. Thank you.
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