What does this renal, urinary bladder and prostate sonogram indicate?
Most likely the microscopic hematuria is due to prostatomegaly
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Please find my observations below.
1. Your ultrasound report shows that the kidneys and urinary bladder is normal.
2. The prostate gland shows enlargement and measures 42 cc (volume up to 25 cc is usually considered normal)
3. In few patients, an enlarged prostate can cause mild injury to the bladder neck and prostatic urethra and this might appear as microscopic hematuria which is asymptomatic in nature.
4. Since the dysmorphic RBC is 6 percent therefore it is more likely to be due to an urological cause possibly related to your prostatomegaly.
5. Your other reports reveal a mild increase in cholesterol levels and that might be controlled with diet and medicines. Rest of the parameters are within normal limits. Most likely, your RBC in urinalysis should come back to normal in 3 months time
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