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Mild fullness of pelvis of bilateral kidney is seen

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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 ...Hi! I m arlyn I have a kidney problem 41 yeard old with history of bilateral kidney.Left and right ...
 

Detected Bilateral extra pelvis and fullness of bilateral pelvicealyceal system. Explain

hello , my 12 year old daughter was detected with Bilateral extra pelvis is seen and fulness of bilateral pelvicealyceal system, which partially regressed on post void scan .small cortical scar is seen ...
 

Is renal pelvis dimension a cause for kidney scarring ?

pelvicalyceal system prominence is seen..no calculus is seen..same for right kidney only size differs i.e is 10 ...i had urine problem..i went for ultrasound 1 year ago and report came as ,left kidney-is normal ...
 

Pregnant. Ultrasound shows fetal renal pelvis noted bilaterally. Normal child?

i am 18 weeks 4 days into preganancy the anomaly scan shows evidence of mild prominence of the fetal renal pelvises noted bilaterally.AP diameter of the right renal pelvis measures 3.4 mm ...
 

Ultrascan report shows Pelviectasai seen in fetal bilateral kidneys. What is the problem as per report?

after ultrascand found in report Pelviectasai is seen in fetal bilateral kidneys(Left more than right) AP diameter of fetal right renal pelvis measures 5.2mm AP diameter of fetal left renal pelvis ...
 

Pregnant, scan showed bilateral minimal renal pelviectasis, dilation of renal pelvis in kidneys. Is there any harm to the baby?

Dear Dr, Am 19 weeks pregnant.In the scanning it mentioned bilateral minimal renal pelviectasis minimal dilattion of renal pelvis seen in both kidney renal pelvis measured 0.5cm bpd,hc,ac,fl 341 ...
 

How can an infant with bilateral renal pelvis dilation be treated?

Hi. I have a baby girl of 4 nd half months old. She has a bilateral renal pelvis dilation of 14 mm in left kidney and 6 mm in right kidney during the scan on 1 st month. And now it is 8mm on left kidney ...
 

Have history of partial Nephrectomy and now have mild renal pelvis fullness. How is this condition treated?

Hi Im arlyn I have problem about my kidney.history of partial rigth nephrectomy 3 years ago.I have a bilateral kidney and now I have again a mild renal pilvis fullness in the right kidney.what is the next plan ...
 

Pregnancy scan showing mild prominence of bilateral pelvicalyceal system of the fetus kidney. What is the risk involved?

hello Dr,i am 36 week & 4 days pregnant, my scanning report shows baby s kidney , mild prominence of bilateral pelvicalyceal system noted.( Renal pelvis AP diameters-11 mm on right side and 12 mm on left side ...
 

Can mild prominence in renal pelvis cause kidney scarring ?

pelvicalyceal system prominence is seen..no calculus is seen..same for right kidney only size differs i.e is 10 ...i had urine problem..i went for ultrasound 1 year ago and report came as ,left kidney-is normal ...
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What does extra renal pelvis with minor fullness of collecting system indicate?

have an extrarenal pelvis 11mm in size with minor fullness of the collecting system, what does ...Hi, for the past few years I have had intermittent pain in my right kidney . Within the past month ...
 

Ultrasound shows prominence in renal pelvis. What should I do? Can it cause scarring in kidneys?

pelvicalyceal system prominence is seen..no calculus is seen..same for right kidney only size differs i.e is 10 ...i had urine problem..i went for ultrasound 1 year ago and report came as ,left kidney-is normal ...
 

What does "kidney reveal minimal fullness in rental pelvis" mean?

Hello doctor Nirja, I want to understand what does kidney reveal minimal fullness in rental pelvis means? I am 34 week pregnant and so far all my reports have been normal.. the sonography (growth scan ...
 

Pregnant. Scan showed minimum fullness of foetal bilateral renal pelvis. What does that mean?

hi, iam XXXXXXX i need a clarafication, iam 6 months pregnant in my 2nd trimster scan the impression given is 'minimum fullnes of foetal bilateral renal pelvis noted" Please tell me whether ...
 

Ct scan showed low density bilateral adnrxal lesion in pelvis. Done with ultrasound. Reason for thinning hair?

sent me for a ct- scan, this is the results small low density bilateral adnrxal lesion in pelvis,most lokely ovarian cyst also, right ovary mildly enlarged, cyst is 1.5 on left and 1.3 on right. I had ...
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27 week pregnancy with mild fullness of the pelvi-calyceal system bilaterally, what does this mean? Any side effects on baby?
Hi, This finding is quite common & just need ultrasound follow up of the baby during pregnancy & a paediatriation review at delivery. If it remains mild, no side effects on baby. If it increases in severity then you may have to consult nephrologist for expert opinion. Take care.
 
My wife is pregnent and she is in week#28. She did the ultrasound and we have been by Dr that the left kidney shows renal pelvis fullness. What does that mean?
Hai.renal pelvis fullness in some cases will be due to various causes like if the mother has fluctuations in the sugar levels, poly hydramnios (increased water).These are seen usually around 28 or more weeks.u can go for a 3d scan for confirmation.or just dont worry, please repeat the scan after 4weeks.by the grace of God nothing happens Inshallah. Take care.pls discuss with ur gynaecologist tor r
 
enlarged liver with heterogenous parenchyma.Moderate pelvi calcyceal fullness of right kidney with promiment right proximal ureter
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