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Urinalysis showed echogenic foci, urinary bladder distended, calcification within parenchyma. Help?

Doctor please interpret... Thank you so much. ---- Both Kidneys are normal in size, the right measuring about 10.1x4.8x3.8 cm (LxWxAP), and the left measures approximately 10.8x5.1x5.0 (LxWxAP). At least 2 tiny echogenic foci are seen in the right mid and lower pole calyx, each measuring about 0.3cm. The parenchymal echopattern is homogenous. Both pelvocalyceal systems are not dilated. The urinary bladder is distended showing smooth contour. No evident lithiasis seen. The wall is not thickened. The prostate gland measures about 3.6x4.1x3.4cm (LxWxAP) with approximate volume of 26.2 grams. There are calcifications within the parenchyma.
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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Radiologist 's  Response
Apr 2014
Hello
Thanks for query

1. Your both kidneys are normal in size.

2. 0.3 mm echogenic foci in right mid and lower pole calyx may be sinus fat or small concretions. Don't worry about small concretions if it is not causing pain.

3.Both pelvicalyceal systems are not dilated, indicates you don't have hydronephrosis and this is very healthy.

4.Smooth contour of urinary bladder is also healthy condition.

5.You didn't mentioned your age.volume of prostate increases with age.
26.2 grams of prostate can be considered normal assuming you are middle aged person.

6. Calcifications within parenchyma may be due to many reasons.

so, you have normal findings.

Take Care
Dr.Indu Bhushan
Answered: Thu, 18 Jul 2013
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