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Can an online doctor check the whole abdomen ultrasound report and advice ?

hi my mother is 58 and her whole abdomen ultrasound remarks is: FATTY LIVER GALLBLADDER POLYP . NORMAL PANCREASAND SPLEEN. RENAL PARENCHYMAL DISEASE, BILATERAL WITH CORTICAL CYST IN THE LEFT KIDNEY CYSTITIS. NEGATIVE ADNEXAK MASS It is stated that in the left kidney, the renal parenchyma: Cortical cyst, 0.9x1.0cm, increased parenchymal echogenecity. In the right kidney, Renal Parenchyma: increased parenchymal echogenecity WHAT WILL BE YOUR SUGGESTION WITH THIS? IS THIS OK, NOT TOO SERIOUS? WHAT ARE YOUR ADVICES THAT MAY HELP? THANK YOU SO MUCH GOD BLESS!
Asked On : Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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Welcome to HCM.
She needs to do blood test like urea and creatinine and electrolytes.
Sugar needs control if diabetic. Urine culture needs to be done.
If she does not have breathing difficulty, she can be managed at home, otherwise pl. attend the ER.

Answered: Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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