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Suffering from kidney problem and had an Acute kidney failure. Have lobulated contour and chronic kidney infection. Suggestion?

I have had kidney problems for about 10 years-stones and infections and went into acute kidney failure twice. It has gotten to the point that I have chronic kidney infections in my left kidney for the past 2 years. I recently had a CT scan that said I have a lobulated contour to the upper pole of my right kidney measuring 2.5 cm. What is this and should I get more testing? Thank you-Lisa
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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Because of recurent kidney problem your left kidney has got scarred as evident by this finding.There has been some bad effect on your kidney as well because of which you have gone into Acute kidney failure on 2 occasions.
You should get a test to differenially measure GFR of 2 kidneys(DTPA) so that extent of damage can be mapped out
Answered: Fri, 26 Jul 2013
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