dr. good day just want to ask if diffuse parenchymalrenaldiseasebilateral is advisable to have more fluid intake i diagnosed that on my kub ultrasound whether im on a dengue px last october 23, 2012 ...
Goodday, I am a 48 year old black female who has been diagnosed with loss of corticomeullry diferentiation in both kidneys and Bilateralrenalparenchymaldisease. I have high blodd pressure for the past ...
: BILATERAL DIFFUSE RENALPARENCHYMALDISEASE MILD PELVOCALIECTASIS IN THE RIGHT KIDNEY RENAL CYST IN THE LEFT ... thickness of 1.67cm renal cortices are hyperechoic & coarsened. right kidney again shows mild pelvocalyceal ...
? The report shows mild hepatomegaly , bilateralrenalparenchymaldisease, bilateral pleural fluid . What does ...what is bilateralparenchymaldisease? How many types it is? What are the symptoms of this disease ...
i have been diagnosed with both hepatitis b and bilateralrenal parenchyma disease: hbsAg=positive, titre* 4878 IU, uric acid=0.79 Umol/dL, serum creatinine=107
Hi related to hepatitis B I would suggest to take biochemical exam like ALT, AST, and Bilirubin.
if they are high you should do HBV-DNA test .
I'm 41yrs lady,My ultrasound shows bilateral baggy renal pelvis, partial PUJ obstruction, extrarenal pelvis and uterine fibroid.Are these serious problems?
pelvi uretric junction obstruction might be causing renal involvement.
uterine fibroid if small and symptomless may remain harmless.
but for renal cause you must consult a uro logist and get few more investigation which will be asked by him done.
why usg abdomen was asked .
If reports and symptoms reveal any dignosis further evaluation /management is advisable.
wish you good luck.
CT scan chest report shows, bilateral apical pleural thickening with bilateral apical sub pleural thin fibrotic strands with pericicatricial emphyematous change
chronic lung disease shows previous infection leading to fibrous tissue formation
need to investigate for cause of the diease and treat for preventing further complications
get consultation with chest specialist
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