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Do dimensions play an important role in kidney scarring ?

i had urine problem..i went for ultrasound 1 year ago and report came as ,left kidney-is normal in size 10.1cm and outline.cortical thickness and echogenicity are normal.cmd is maintained.mild pelvicalyceal system prominence is calculus is seen..same for right kidney only size differs i.e is 10.5cm. now i had ultrasound yesterday and it says everything is normal execpt,,there is mild prominence in renal pelvis..ap dimensions of renal pelvis is 25mm.i am worried about the dimensions of renal pelvis.what should i do.i had this problem from 1 year can it cause scarring in kidneys.i had no protein or wbc in doctor did t say anything.plzz reply i m very much worried
Asked On : Wed, 4 Apr 2012
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Hi Nawab,

Your kidneys seem to be normal even though there is mild prominence in renal pelvis. The AP dimensions are also normal. You should stop worrying about this.

Please drink plenty of water.

Wish you good health.

Answered: Wed, 4 Apr 2012
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