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Ultrasound for abdomen and pelvis test done. Looking for advice

Dr, today i have underwent ULTRASOUND-ABDOMEN/ PELVIS TEST. the report says: RT kidneyMeasures 89x46mm. LT ............................104x51mm.Normal cortical echoes. Pelvi calceal systems on both sides not dilated Pre void volume : 244cc. Post void vol.47cc. prostste measuresVol :28cc.Enlarged in size.Enlarged median lobe with minimal protution into bladder lumen. No free fluid in the peritoneal cavity .No adenopathy noted. Impression : PROSTATOMEGALY-GRADE1 FATTY LIVER-GRADE 1 doctor actually what is my problem. Is it curable. I need you advise. Can u help me sir..
Asked On : Mon, 4 Jun 2012
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Dear Shriram,
hello !
it means that your prostate is enlarged.
significance depends on your age and detailed symptoms.
pl. see an urologist for detailed work up and
keep me posted about it..
thanks and good luck
Answered: Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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