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Suffering from abdominal pain. Ultrasound done. What does report mean?

dear sir my son is suffering with pain than i took him to doctor for that they suggested me for ultrasound abdomen now the result is like this liver:normal in size. gallbladder:it show normal mass /focal leison is seen. pancreas:it show normal focal leison is seen pancreat duct is normal. spleen:it show normal in size and focal leison is seen. Rt kidney :it show normal mass /focal leison is seen. Lt kidney: moderate hydronephrosis with proximal hydroureter . u.Bladder: its normal in size and echotexture,no focal leison is seen. thick gastric wall,may be consistent with gastritis . impressions:thick gastric wall,may be consistent with gastritis. in the left kidney moderate hydronephrosis is noted along proximal hydroureter. ----------------------------clinical evaluation required.
Asked On : Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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Welcome to HCM.
The scan and the pain are suggestive of stone in the ureter.
He needs
1. Blood tests to look at kidney function.
2. Plain xray and CT scan of the kidneys and urinary tract.
Based on the report an clinical progress, treatment is necessary.
Till then he needs
1. Pain killers.
2. Oral fluids liberally if there is no vomiting.
Wishing him best health,
Answered: Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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