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Report shows renal stone in kidney, dense echotexture of liver parenchyma, hyperechoic nodule in the abdominal wall. Suggestions?

Hello, I am helping my Mom do some research on a medical report she just received on her left kidney . The report says she has a renal stone about 0.73 cm over the lower pole of left kidney and a dense echotexture of the liver parenchyma without focal lesion . A hyperechoic nodule about .75 x .9 cm in the subcutaneous layer over the upper abdominal wall is seen. I am worried about this because the doctor told her that she will be fine but offered nothing. I was not there with her. She doe snot speak Enlgish or understand very well.
Asked On : Mon, 10 Dec 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM.
THE STONE may be followed up unless she develops abdominal pan.
The nodule may represent simple fat collection or cancer spread from other organs.
A second opinion is worthwhile.
Best regards
Answered: Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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