I have on kidney ( congenitally ). Missing on the right. My ultra sound showed a moderate dilation of the left renalcollectingsystem. A distal obstruction may be present. I also have left renal cortical ...
pelvis measured 4mm mild dilation of renal pelvis seen in both kidneys no calyceal systemdilation seen ...Ultrasound showed renal pelvis dilatation. Is there any risk in continuing the pregnancy? heart ...
Hi there In my third trimester (32 weeks), my baby was diagnosed with renaldilatation of left ... that dilatation has gone down - on left kidney 10mm and right one 5.8mm Latest scan done (he was 11 weeks old ...
Hi, my son is 6 years old and his renal ultrasound result shows bilateral renal pelvicalyceal dilatation (left 8mm and right 7mm). his GP is not sure how clinically significant this result is. could you ...
excretion of contrast medium -Right pelvi-calyceal system is grossly dilated -Right ureter is not visualised -left kidney shows promt excretion of contrast medium -left pelvi-calyceal system is normal -left urater ...
in the report they mentioned left kidney shows prominent partly extra renal pelvis measuring 3mm anteroposteriorly, otherwise both fetal kidneys show normal echotexture with no significat pelvicalyceal system ...
hi what is Minimal dilatation of the right renal pelvicalyceal system I have right renal 9 mm stone
What is the treatment
This suggests mild obstruction to this kidney. This can be caused but renal stones obstructing the outflow of the kidney.
What does it mean if an ultrasound shows that i demonstrate mild pelviectasis im both kidneys?
Pelviectasia means dilation of the pelvicalyceal system (Hydronephrosis) .
There are many reasons for this condition from a renal calculus to congenital conditions.
A detailed history is needed to rule out the cause .
Mild prominence of PCS on left side, ureter is not dialated means. Can you please explain it what it means.
It means that the cause of obstruction is at the junction of renal pelvis and the ureter. This is preventing urine flow into the ureter, so it is not dilated, and due to obstruction in the flow, due to back pressure, the renal pelvis is getting dilated.
So, now that obstruction has to be identified and resolved.
Dr. Ashish Verma