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Dialted kidney and calculus present

After pain in my stomach i go for ultrasound . My ultrasound report shows 1-PCS of left kidney is mildly dilated, 2-A calculus of Approx 10 mms size is seen in right renal sinus 3-Left ureter is dilated upto middle part, where a calculus of approx 7 mms size is lodged. Please advice me what to do and tell me the meaning of pcs mildly dilated.
Asked On : Wed, 11 Apr 2012
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DEAR SIR/MADAM

PCS MEANS PELVIC CONGESTION SYNDROME WHICH IS COMMONLY CAUSED FOR FOLLOWING REASONS.
1. DILATED AND INCOMPETENT VEINS
2. ANATOMICAL OBSTRUCTION.

THESE TWO CAN BE CAUSED BY RENAL CALCULI POTENTIALLY. SO YOUR USG REPORTS ARE ALSO TELLING THE SAME THINGS. THE DIAGNOSIS IS CONFIRMED AS RENAL CALCULI.

THE TREATMENT MODALITIES INCLUDES.
1. DIETARY MEASURES INDLUCED INCREASING FLUIED INTAKE OF CITRATE RICH FOODS ESPECIALLY ORANGE AND LEMON JUICE.
2. DECREASE THE CALCIUM INTAKE PER DAY.
3. LIMITING SODIUM INTAKE
4. DECREASE THE ANIMAL PROTIENS INTAKE
5. DECREASE THE CONTENTS OF TOMATOES, SPINACH, STRAWBERRIES, NUTS AND CHOCOLATES.

TRY TO ALKALIZE THE URINE BY TAKING TAB. DIAMOX 250 MG
ORAL INGESTION OF SODIUM BICARBONATE, POTASSIUM CITRATE AND MAGNESIUM CITRATE CONBINATION OF SYRUPS.

CONSIDER SURGERY AS FINAL OPTION THE COMMONLY DONE PROCEDURE IS LITHOTRIPSY
THANK YOU

Answered: Thu, 20 Jun 2013
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