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What does dilatation of ureter mean

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KUB scan shows hydrouretronephrosis on Left ureter and the kindney-ureter joint. What to do?

My son Devnash is 1 yr old and is diagnosed with UTI. KUB scan shows hydrouretronephrosis on Left ureter and the kindney-ureter joint. The dilation of ureter is 11 mm. UTi is being treated by Pecef-100 ...
 

Calculus present in ureter, moderate amount of hydronephrosis, moderate dilation. What does this mean?

anterior. What does this mean and what should I do ...I have an 8mm calculus present within the mid to lower right ureter just anterior to the right ...
 

Have small ureteric calculus causing mild hydronephrotic changes with dilated ureter. Solution?

level on the left causing mild hydronephrotic changes with dilated ureter upto the calculus and delayed excretion of contrast on this side. I would like to understand what it means and what is/ are the solutions? ...
 

Both kidneys shows dilated pelvicalyceal system with dilated tortuous ureters. Treatment?

fetal mri at 21 weeks ga : Both kidneys shows dilated pelvicalyceal system with pelvic diameter measuring 3.8 mm with dilated tortuous ureters on either side. Urinary bladder is elongated distended ...
 

Having abdominal pain. CT scan showed dilation of pelvcalyceal system and ureter. What is causing this?

I have just had a ct scan - dilation of pelvcalyceal system and ureter . Can you please explain possible cause of this. I have had pain in my abdomen - this pain comes and goes and is intense. ...
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What is meaning of ureter mildly dilated and calculus in vu junction?

shows normal cortical echoes Pelvic calyceal system mildly dilated Corticomedullary differentiation maintained no calculus is seeen Ureter mildly dilated 7 mm size calculus seen in the VU junction hoe to go ...
 

What does prominence of pelvicalyceal in ureter suggest?

what does this mean? Th ere is a past history of renal calculi and there is prominence of the pelvicalyceal system and proximal ureter of the right kidney raising the possibility of a more distal uretic ...
 

Fullness of renal pelvis, ureter with incomplete filling of the distal ureter, heterogenous opacification in renal pelvis. Meaning?

WHAT DOES IT MEAN WHEN THEY SAY i HAVE FULLNESS OF THE RIGHT RENAL PELVIS COLLECTING SYSTEM AND TO A LESSER EXTENT RIGHT URETER WITH INCOMPLETE FILLING OF THE DISTAL RIGHT URETER AND A HETERGENEOUS ...
 

Kidney stones in both kidneys, pain in ureter area. What does my latest report indicate?

in middle calyx of right kidney.What does that mean? What is the position of the stone in my left kidney. ... in the urether area and got my second KUB done today. The latest report says the following there is dilatation ...
 

Have hydronephrosis developed at kidney. Ureter is mildly dilated. On capecitabile. Suggest?

I have mild hydronephrosis which has developed at the right kidney. The upper right ureter is mildly dilated measuring 9 mm in diameter. The ureter appears obstructed where it crosses the iliac ...
 

What are the possible treatments for stones in ureter ?

i hve stone of aprox.12mm in right lower ureter..my dictor prescribed me defcort TM 1 tab in a day for 9 day and DYTOR-5 1in a day or 3 day...OFLOMAC-200& SPASTER both 2 in a day for 3 days.... does ...
 

What is the prognosis for ureter repaired with Psoas hitch?

Thank you. My question is: during a pelvic lymphectomy one of my ureters was severed. Next day it was detected that during the repair of the ureter my other ureter was cut necessitating in another surgery ...
 

What is the meaning of mild pelvocaliectasia, mild ecstasia of ureter and a septated cortical cyst on kidney test?

Good day Doc. Can you help me understand the result of my laboratory test? This is the impression. Norma-sized Right kidney with Mild Pelvocaliectasia, Mild ecstasia of the proximal ureter and a solitary ...
 

Flank pain, ultrasound showed hydronephrosis, CT scan shows renal pelvis. How can both ureters be blocked?

for ANOTHER CT on Thursday, this time with contrast. Q:How on earth can both ureters be blocked/kinked ? I can understand one but both? Q: If not the ureters, what else could cause kidney pain ( aching more like) on both ...
 

Child diagnosed with left duplex kidney. Had a double uretic reimplant. Frequent urinary infections. Remedy?

and het kidney... What does this mean for her kidneys? Why does she continue to have uti s? Frustrated mum .... She then had a double uretic reinplant, and has continued to have infections, she is currently ...
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Growing pain in abdomin area, more towards right side. Any ideas?
Could be stone in the ureter or appendicitis
 
just started 2day lower left abdomen has sharp stabbing pain hurts worse when trying to push when peeing,sittting down, or any pressure applied. what can it be?
Pain left power abd, which increases on pushing to pee, sitting and on pressure. The most probable diagnosis is severe inflammation of the colon or rarely dilated ureter. There can also be a lump / lymph node or so. Go for Gastro opinion and ultrasonography and other investigations like colonoscopy, blood , stool and urine tests as may be advised. You need to start antibiotics and metronidazole
 
my baby1.5 yrs old is complaining some pain at pee area, then I took her to pediatrician he recommends urine test. now we get the report, in this mucus is +2 ?
Hi, Based on information you want to know what +2 mucous means. UTI is one of the most widespread causes of mucus in urine. The urinary tract is made up of different organs like the kidneys, urethra, ureters, and the bladder. Infection of the urinary tract by bacteria may occur when such organisms enter the urinary system during urination or through the bloodstream. Dr. JAY PATEL
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