What does left renal mild pelvicalyceal fullness and insignificant post-void residual urine mean?
Left Renal Mild pelvicalyceal fullness and Insignificant post-void residual urine
What does it mean?
Mild renal pelvicalyceal fullness may be due to many reasons.
Mild renal pelvicalyceal fullness may be due to many reasons like recent passage of calculus, over distended urinary bladder etc.
As you have a history of renal calculus, it may be related to calculus.
You may need to continue medicines as you have symptoms. I suggest to drink lot of water to my patients.
In short, findings are not serious. This is generally a manageable condition.
Get well soon. Hope I have answered your query. Further queries are most welcome.
Dr. Indu Kumar
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I'm suffering from extreme uncomfortable in my upper right abdomen.
So I did a complete master health check-up.
Now I see my blood test reports which are maximum normal, now it's showing me SGPT(ALT)-serum : 59 U/L when I checked my LFT reports. What is the solution? is it so serious for liver damage?
Also I shared my USG report previously.
So please suggest me, what I need to do?
You may need USG of upper abdomen also.
You may need clinical evaluation and USG of the upper abdomen. This will evaluate the liver also.
SGPT is towards upper limit. This may need follow up. Avoid fatty and fried food.
You may need lipid profile also. It is important to assess the lipid status.
Proper treatment depend upon findings.
Get well soon. Hope I have answered your query.
Dr. Indu Kumar
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