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Test shows kidney appearing echogenic, compensatory hypertrophy, renal parenchymal disease with chronic cystitis. Explanation?

please tell me the meaning of this one please both kidney appears echogenic. RT kidney smaller in size meas 6.5c.m. Lt kidney shows mod compensatory hyperprophy with enhance echo geniciy meas 9 c.m conclusion ; bil. Renal parenchymal disease with chronic cystitis (adv.All relevant renal investigations) please sir\mam tell me about all that in a simple English i didn t get that scientific words or tell me about in which kidney have more problem.
Asked On : Sat, 19 May 2012
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Nephrologist 's  Response
Thanks for the query.
Your reports indicate two problems:
1) There is evidence of disease /damage to both the kidneys with right substantially more than the left.
2) There is evidence of long standing infection in the urinary bladder.
Please see a nephrologist for further appropriate treatment.
Hope this helps
Good luck.
Answered: Sun, 18 Aug 2013
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