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Calculus in mid pole with no evidence of hydronephrosis, contracted gallbladder. Treatment?

1)Right Kidney shows a Calculus measuring 4mm in the mid pole with no evidence of hydronephrosis/scarring. What is the treatment for this? 2)Gall Bladder is partially Contracted and shows a tiny polyp adherent to its wall with no evidence of Cholecystitis .What does this mean and how can it be treated? 3)The Uterus is bulky and measures 9.7 x 7.2 x 7.1 cm which shows mild inhomogenous echotexture. A Fibroid measuring 5.7 X 4.6 cm is seen in the posterior wall.Endometrial echocomplex is 10mm in thickness. Homocysteine-40.11umol/L 25-OH VitD Total-16.68ng/ml VitB12-195pg/ml Does this require surgery or can it be naturally healed? Can I know are the 3 inter-related or a result of each other?
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Radiologist 's  Response
Apr 2014
Thanks for writing to HCM

1.Tiny polyps can be seen in normal gall bladder. Mostly it is benign in nature.It doesn't cause any problem, so don't worry about this.

2. Uterus become bulky if there is any fibroid. Fibroid can be treated conservatively or surgical depending upon,you consult gynecologist for this.

3.Homocysteine level is increased. so stop taking meat. Increased level causes increased risk for cardiovascular diseases.

4.Vitmain B12 level is within normal limit.

5.25-OH vitamin D level is mildly to moderately decreased level so, start taking its oral preparation.

Take Care
Dr.indu Bhushan
Answered: Thu, 18 Jul 2013
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