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What does " mild dilatation in right kidney" during pregnancy indicate? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 14-Nov-2014
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User:Hi Dr. my wife is in last month of pregnancy. we took growth scan. kindly check and say your feedback
Doctor:You can upload report on your chat board
User:Hi Dr. my wife is in last month of pregnancy. we took growth scan. kindly check and say your feedback I have attched the report
Doctor:I just received, give me some time let me see ok
User:ok mam
Doctor:I have seen all reports
Doctor:Reports says everything normal except mild dilatation in right kidney
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User:ya mam
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Doctor:Hi Pravenn
User:Hi mam, mild dilatation in right kidney is normal?
Doctor:Mostly it will not show any effect, moreover your baby growth is absolutely fine
Doctor:It may resolve on it's own
Doctor:I guess left kidney absolutely fine
Doctor:Since baby growth is good you need not to worry
Doctor:Hello XXXXXXX
User:MA am very sorry for late response
Doctor:Ok no isuues
User:What about growth?
Doctor:Current Growth is absolutely fine
Doctor:Not much to worry
User:What does posterior? with that gender could be find?
Doctor:Posterior indicates placenta position in uterus
User:with that gender could be find?
Doctor:No we could not fine gender
User:ok mam thank you
Doctor:Do you have any more queries?
User:no mam
Doctor:Ok thank you
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