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Diagnosed large right renal cortical cyst. Why frequent urination?

Dr. Chandan ( Urologist ). sir, my father in law aged about 78 years is diagnosed in abdomin and pelvic scanning report whose impressions are under - large right renal cortical Cyst -Grade 1 prostatomeguly with minimal post void residue and is having a freequent urination in the nights . please advise regards my email address is YYYY@YYYY Jvsastry
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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Jul 2016
You have addressed your query to Dr Chandan But since it is being posted on my dashboard i am answering it.Your father in laws USG shows large renal cortical Cyst.with mild prostatomegally.It is not uncommon to find renal cortical cyst on routine ultrasound scanning in some indisuals It is of significance only when it is symptomatic.So do not worry about it.You can think of treatment only when it gets infected ind gives rise to pain.For mild prostamegally pl give him Tab Veltam .4 Mg at night every day to relieve his frequent urination at night.
Answered: Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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