Mild dilation in pelvicalyceal system
Sir, I had a stone from the last 1 and a half year but i operated on that last august month with stent and stone was taken outside by the doctor but i have make a ultasound which shows left kidney shows mild dilation of the pelvicalyceal system?. Wht
The concern is regarding my sis who is into 5th month of her pregnancy. She went for scan today and was told of "BILATERAL FOETAL RENAL PELVICALYCEAL SYSTEM MILDLY DILATED" She is quite distraught on hearing this as doctor told her that its related to baby's...
How to overcome dilated pelvicalyceal system of fetus?
dear sir.4D USG of my wife shows 23 weeks 6 days pregnancy .pelvicalyceal system of fetus shows minimal dilatation .AP diameter of that of rt kidney is 5.1mm and lt kidney is 4.6mm.what may be possible anomalies?my wife is a known case of bronchial a
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Scan shows dilatation of pelvicalyceal system. Meaning?
liver normal size, smooth outline, texture and surfaces no lesion seen. gall bladder is normal bile ducts and spleen are non-remarkable both kidney showed normal size (5,5 x3 cm), normal parenchyma, position and outlines pelvicalyceal system on LT side showed a bild dilatation, no stone...
27 week pregnancy with mild fullness of the pelvi-calyceal system bilaterally, what does this mean? Any side effects on baby?
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.
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