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Done USG test. What does the reports suggest, disease, treatment?

Dear Sir I’m patients’ form Bangladesh. I’m sending our doctor’s USG Report. I’m requested to you please read USG Report and suggest me by this return mail. 1. What’s my problem & your opinion 2. Cost of Treatment 3. Probability appointment date. Thanks your co-operation Lutfor Rahman USG REPORT Name of Specification: WHOLE ABDOMEN Real time B-Mode scan is done BRIEF CLINICAL INFORMATION ♦ Reduced appetite ♦ G.Weakness ♦ Depression FINDINGS: Kidneys Lt. kidney shows a big (10 cm X 8 cm approx) irregular hypoechoic solid mass in its lower pole with no calyceal dilatation . Outline of the mass is also irregular. Rt kidney contains a 5 cm (approx.) simple cortical cyst in its lower pole, otherwise normal. Hepatobiliary Systems Liver is seen enlarged ( 16 cm in A/P diameter ) which is uniform allover. Gall-bladder contains no stones; its size and wall-thickness are within normal limits. Biliary channels: IHBT and CBD are not dilated. Pancreas & Spleen Normal in size, shape & echotexture. No mass lesion, calculas or calcification is seen. Urinary bladder and Prostate Urinary bladder: Wall thickness is normal. No stone or growth is seen. Prostate: Size & echotexture are normal. REMARKS: LT. RENAL NEOPLASM (? RCC) (Dr. Afsar-Al-Mahmud) ( MBBS DMU) Diploma in Medical Ultrasound ( BTEB) Certificate course in Radiology ( BIRDEM) Chief Medical Officer Dinajpur Diabetics & Health Care Hospital Contact: 0531-0000, 0000
Asked On : Sun, 8 Apr 2012
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Dear friend, welcome to HCM.
it says left kidney tumour (RCC-renal cell cancer). the description arouses strong suspicion of a cancerous growth. also liver is enlarged.
it will more testing , scans, urosurgical opinion , staging.
mostly such tumours require nephrectomy (kidney removal) if appropriate on specialists' opinion.
costs vary in India regionally and hospital to hospital. but world class treatments are available here, at Indian costs.
if surgery is needed, costs may be upwards of rs. 1 lac.
my advice would be to seea good urosurgeon at a reputed multispeciality cancer hospital.
take care and pl. keep me posted on the progress.
Answered: Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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