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Ectopic left kidney, bilateral medical renal parenchymal disease. Ultrasound done. Treatment?

Dear Sir, Today I did Sonagraphy & Impression on report as per under: Ectopic Left Kidney & Bilateral Medical Renal Parenchymal disease. I would like to ask what is the meaning that & what kind of problem to be face in future, & also suggest the sutiable treatment & docator names, I am from XXXXX
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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Ectopic left kidney means that your kidney developed in an abnormal location. It could be slightly lower than the normal location or much lower in the abdomen. It could cause a problem if the your kidney is obstructed because of the abnormal location. Obstruction would be determined if there is a mention of hydronephrosis in your ultrasound.

Medical renal parenchymal disease means that your kidney showed abnormal color (echogenicity) on ultrasound. You may want to check your serum creatinine and a urinalysis to determine if you really have kidney disease. You may need to see a Urologist or a Nephrologist.

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