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What does this ultrasound report of my lower abdomen reveal : mild pelvi calyceal fullness in both kidneys. Iliac fossa: the bowel loops are not thickened.

Sir, my ultrasonic report of lower abdomen says, mild pelvi calyceal fullness in both kidneys. Iliac fossa: the bowel loops are not thickened. Peristaltic movements noticed inside the bowel loops. No echo different mass is seen in the illiac fossa region. What does this mean? Is any complication there?
Asked On : Thu, 4 Aug 2011
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  Anonymous's Response
welcome to healthcaremagic
yes your intestine and kidney is facing problem so visit gud physicisn near ,,,drink plenty of water and liquid to wash out toxins..
take care
Answered: Thu, 4 Aug 2011
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The report of Ultrasound which says fullness of the Pelvi-calceal junction is significant.
A thorough analysis of the urine for Blood, deposits, albumin, and culture and sensitivity is indicated. Thank you. Plenty of fluid during warm wather keeps the kidneys active
Answered: Thu, 4 Aug 2011
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