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Mild fullness of pcs noted in the kidneys

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Child has extra renal pelvis in kidney. US scan showed mild prominence of PCS. What is PCS and will child be affected?

of PCS in left kidney). Also noted Renal pe;vis AP diameter 5 mm. The Previous scan which was taken inthe ...Doctor, My son who is one and half yrs old have extra renal pelvis in his left kidney . Recently he ...
 

What does "mild pelvicalyceal system and ureteric dilatation noted" mean?

mild pelvicalyceal system and ureteric dilatation noted on the left side . Evidence of calculus ... calyx of left kidney and lower pole calyx of right kidney please explain about this report ? ...
 

Suggest treatment for mild hydronephrosis of right kidney

extraction with normal excretion.no significant PCS tracer retention seen.2. right kidney mildly enlarged ...Dr my daughter was diagnosed for PUJ dilation and mild hydronephrosis of right kidney .she got MAG ...
 

Suggest treatment for mild hydronephrosis in the left kidney

I have in left kidney mild hydronephrosis and hydroureter noted with a 7 to 8mm calculus in distal VUJ what treatment is recommended. ...
 

What does mild fullness of P.C system of both kidney indicate?

Hi doctor, i want to know , what do we mean by Mild fullness of PC system of both kidneys Bilateral renal low density stones Mild Prostatomegaly 22 gms Post void residual urine of 12 % ...
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Anomaly scan, right kidney of foetus shows mild fullness of PCS, harmful to baby ?

Hello M 22 weeks pregnant, I had anomaly scan in that, Right kidney of fetus showed mild fullness of PCS. WHAT DOES THAT MEANS? IS IT HARMFUL FOR BABY ALSO LIQUOR AMNII IS MILDLY MORE THAN ADEQUATE afi ...
 

Is it serious if there is blood in urine after mild PCS splitting of right kidney?

hey doc,please help me with my query. my father found blood in his urine and now according 2 doctors report they r saying that there is mild PCS splitting of right kidney. plz tell me is it serious ...
 

What does the CT Scan report of mild dilatation of the PCS mean ?

my wife ct scan report is Mild dilatation of the PCS and ureter is noted on the left side till the level of a calculus measuring appx 9.00mm(CC) X 8.0mm (TR) at the left VUJ pls tel me daigonos ...
 

Have fatty liver grade 1 and renal calculus with PCS. Not alcoholic. Reason?

i am abaan. i m 22 year old prob. in kidneys right kidney, tiny echogenic shadow measuring 2.8mm is seen in middle calyx of right kidney pelvicalyceal system is prominent on right side. LIVER: Mildly ...
 

Blood in urine. Ultrasound for kidney stones done, shows mild pelvic fullness in both kidneys without frank hydronephrosis. What does this mean?

mild pelvic fullness is noted in both kidneys without frank hydronephrosis mean? Thanks. ... an ultrasoud of his kidneys to check for possible kidney stones . We will be getting an appointment ...
 

Kidney scan, Mild bilateral Pelveocalyceal fullness, mild urine retention

Hi, My kidney scan result is MILD BILATERAL PELVEOCALYCEAL FULLNESS and MILD URINE RETENTION. What does it means? What is the treatment for this? I am suffering every midnight. It feels like my bladder ...
 

What does mild pelvicalyceal fullness of RH kidney and LH kidney shows mild hydronephrosis mean?

I had undergone a abdomino-pelvic sonography, it reads that I have stones measuring 6-7mm in both kidneys... however it also reads mild pelvicalyceal fullness of RH Kidney and LH Kidney shows mild ...
 

Dialted kidney and calculus present

After pain in my stomach i go for ultrasound . My ultrasound report shows 1-PCS of left kidney ... me the meaning of pcs mildly dilated. ...
 

What is the treatment for mild fullness of renal pelvis with history of bilateral kidney?

have my check up last February 2013 U/S done with mild fullness of the renal pelvis and my Dr. advice me to do follow up u/s after 4 months then u/s done 24/11/3 the result is mild fullness of the renal ...
 

What does mild fullness of pelvicalyceal system and calculus on kidney report mean?

mm and lower pole calculus measuring 4mm, right kidney shows mild fullness of pelvcalyceal system. Left kidney shows evidence of mid pole calculus measuring 3mm and a mild pole cortical cyst measuring 2 ...
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My wife is in 23rd week. Sonography shows Mild fullness in left kidney PCS is 3.8mm. AFI is 9.5cm. Is this a cause of worry. If yes then what treatment is.
HAI WELCOME TO HCM ISOLATED PCS dilatation is less significant. her amniotic fluid level is average. she can take l.arginine sachet daily and infusion of astymin will improve the liquor level. she need weekly or biweekly scan to test the foetal well being.
 
my wife age 33 scan report every thing normal. but in kidney? mild prominent pelvicalyceal system noted on right side.
Hello, did she have symptoms? If she had flank pain then this could be a sign of obstruction (stone? tumor? blood clot?). The clinical context is very important to evaluate radiological findings. Renal scans are usually done for a specific reason (pain, hematuria etc). If you'd provide more details about her situation, it would greatly help me to give you a better answer. Kind Regards!
 
foetal both kidney shows mild pelvi-calceal fullness all are normal
Mild pelvi-caclyceal fulness, not to worry. Its normally seen in few scans. Thanks.
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