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Blood test done. Cysts found in kidney. How can it be treated?

My mother q Right Kidney show two small cortical cysts (largest measuring 16 x 14 mm). Left Kidney show two small echogenic foci of 2 -3 mm, ? calculi. LIVER: There is diffuse increase in liver echogenicity, in keeping with diffuse fatty infiltration. What does this mean. What should I do now and which Speciality of Doctor I should be consulting for this.
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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good day !

you would need to consult a Urologist.

Small renal cortical cyst are benign conditions meaning these cortical cyst doesn't cause any medical conditions unless they grow big as big as the kidney.

the small echogenic focus are kidney stones and the size is also very small. I would suggest medical dissolution with potassium citrate and repeating the ultrasound after a month.

I hope I have answered your question.

Answered: Sat, 27 Jul 2013
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