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Child having non obstructing left middle calyceal lithiasis. Urinalysis shows numerous RBC. Is it dangerous?

my 7 year old son has non obstructing left middle calyceal lithiasis ,his left kidney measures 8.1x4.2x4.3 cm with a cortical thiickness of 1.4cm.he does not complain any pain but his urinalysis result is red blood cells is tntc,his creatine is normal and his C3 IS NORMAL TOO,IS IT DANGEROUS TO MY CHILD ?TNX I WAS VERY WORRIED AND WHAT SHALL I DO?THANK YOU.
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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The cause for blood in the urine could be stone in the calyx,however stone occuring at such an young age is not common.
He needs to be evaluated in detail for this with a view point to find out the cause of stone.
To start with you carry out analysis of 24 hours urine for Calcium,Oxalate,Uric acid,Phosphate,Bicarbonate
Answered: Fri, 26 Jul 2013
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