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What is small phlebolith seen on Xray KUB?

Dear Doctor, Please guide what is Small Phleboliths are seen XXXXXXX in pelvic under Xray of KUB. ...

CT scan of kidney shows white dots. Could it be phleboliths or stones?

. The question I would like to ask please is:- Do you think the white dots in pictures 1 & 2 are phleboliths ...

Pelvic phleboliths. Apart from pain relievers, what other pain management measures should I take to get relief?

hi! i have been diagnosed to have pelvic phleboliths. sometimes i get bothered by the pain in causes and i wouldn't want pain relievers all the time. what management can i do to get rid of the pain ...

History of Ulcerative Colitis, Colon Cancer, Gallbladder disease with multiple stones. Having constant pelvic pain with nausea. Concerned?

constant abdo/ pelvic pain with nausea. Bloodwork shows elevated liver enzymes and multiple phleboliths ...
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Does phleboliths in the pelvis lead to thrombosis?

I have phleboliths in the pelvis. This diagnosis came out this morning after a KUB. I have been suffering from pain for almost 2 weeks now. I an still looking for a job as a CNA and I do not have medical ...

Suggest treatment for pelvic phlebolith with kidney stones

phleboliths. I also have several kidney stones too. What do I do? ...

Abdominal pain. CT scan showed multiple phleboliths in pelvis. What does this mean?

) - note is made of multiple phleboliths in pelvis . Can you please assist us with this. Her age is 28 ...

What causes pain under right rib while having pelvic phleboliths?

? I also have pelvis phleboliths. What do you think could be the cause of this ongoing excruciating ...

What causes ulcer infected with e.coli bacteria?

Hi doctor I was bitten by a dog in the medial part of my calf seven months ago. Six months ago ... with the e.coli bacteria. I was on IV antibiotics. X-rays show phleboliths. Do I need to worry? ...

Black mold at home. Developed calcified granulomata in lungs, spleen, phleboliths in pelvis, thickening of hepatic. Explain

granulomata in lungs,spleen,phleboliths in pelvis,thickening of hepatic Fletcher and transverse colon,and mild ...,granulomata and phleboliths etc found four months ago,mediastinal lymph nodes enlarged and calcified (many) found on CT 3 ...

Ultrasound of kidneys showed normal aorta, subcentimeter cyst, renal cyst, scattered phleboliths in pelvis. Should I worry?

this mean? Should be worried? Also found scattered phleboliths in pelvis. Please help! ...

Multiple phleboliths within the pelvis limit evaluation for ureteral calculi, no left radiopaque calculi, hydroureter and left hydronephrosis

What does it mean when a ct scan comes back about. Multiple phleboliths within the pelvis limit evaluation for ureteral calculi. There appears to be a 4 mm obstructing calculus within the left ...
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I was admitted in hospital on the 7/11/14 discharged 13/11/14 diagnosis abdominal pain Renal calculi and pyelonephritis And phleboliths what does it mean
Phleboliths - means stones. To tell them as renal calculi, they mean it as renal stones. pyelonephritis is infection of kidney
I'm worried my Abdomen X-Ray says Phleboliths noted in pelvis also CT 6cm calculus in left kidney lower pole and up to 2mm calculus in left kidney upper pole?
For the phelobolith it is common findings and normal but for the stone treatment is must
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