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Report shows enlarged prostate, cortical thickness of kidneys less and irregular, ill defined corticomedullary junction. Indications?

hello sir, a urine routine microscopic report showing color-yellow transparency- turbid pus cells-10-12 albumin-++ RBC s- 1-2 cast-granular cast++ crystal- calcium oxalate++ epithelial cells-2-4++ usg whole abdomen showing kidneys are normal in shape and size cortical thickness is less than normal and irregular parenchymal echoes are coarse corticomedullary junction is ill defined calyceal pattern is bright urinary bladder : lumen is normal, wall thicker prostate is enlarged in size 44gm(15gm) so can u plz tell me what does this actually indicates about? i will b very thankful to u...
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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HI. FROM YOUR DESCRIPTION IT SEMS YOU ARE SUFFERING FROM PYELONEPHRITIS , A CONDITION IN WHICH THERE IS INFECTION IN KIDNEYS. U NEED TO UNDERGO CERTAIN TESTS INCLUDING TESTS FOR DIABETES AND KIDNEY FUNCTION AND URINE CULTURE. EMLARGEMENT OF PROSTATE IS USUALLY SEEN IN OLD AGE, CONDITION KNOWN AS NBENIGN HYPERTROPHY OF PROSTATE, IF YOU ARE SUFFERING FROM URINARY SYMPTOMS LIKE FEQUENT UEINATION, DRIBBLING, POOR STREAM THEN ITS TIME TO CONSULT UROLOGIST. INFECTION IN KIDNEYS CAN BE AS A RESULT OF PROSTATE ENLARGEMNET CAUSING OBSTRUCTION OF URINE
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