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Fullness in pelvicalyceal system. Feeling uneasy, aggravated on standing. Advise?

sir on 15 march,2013 i hav been diagnose wid minimal fullness in right pelveocalyceal system, ihav bn feeling uneasiness in right iliac. pain v mild bec smtime i 4get dat i hav pain.........on standing it ws aggrevated once n ws relieved by sitting 5 minutes. bt i m running, walking , its nt aggrevated, sm v mild uneasiness stll persists. PLS ADVISE SIR
dr mohd azeem( YYYY@YYYY )
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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hi and thanks for the query,

I think a proper clinical review is compelling in this case. A physical examination to ascertain the strength of the pelvic floor, fluid collectios, cysts, masses within the intra abdominal cavity should be actively sought for.An abdominal ultrasound coupled with an abdominal CT scan could be sufficient as initial analytical tools. Kidney function tests are required to ascertain any early kidney malfunction. urine cultures are sensitivity tests are required to exclude a urinary tract infection, considering the fact that stagnation within the pelvicalicial system is a risk factor for bacterial growth.

Its urgent to consult your internist/nephrologist for a proper review. Best wishes for your health and kind regards,

Bain LE, MD.
Answered: Sat, 22 Jun 2013
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