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Distended urinary bladder without stones, kidney dilated. Diagnosed with mild pelvocaliectasia. Treatment?

The right kidney measure about 9.8cm x 5cm with a cortical thickness of 1cm exhibiting slight dilatation of the pelvocalyceal system. No mass nor stones noted. The left kidney measure about 10.5cm x 5cm with a cortical thinkness of 1cm exhibiting intact corticomedullary junctions and dense central echo complexes. No mass, stones nor hydronephrotic changes seen. Cortices are normal in thickness and echogenicity. Urinary bladder is physicalogically distended without stones. The wall is not thickened Postvoid scan shows minimal residual urine of about 22cc. IMPRESSION Mild pelvocaliectasia right.
Asked On : Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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Nephrologist 's  Response
I do not feel this to be a significant finding.
However , i would like you to get a follow up ultrasound both with full/post-void urinary bladder to rule out any PUJ anomaly.
Answered: Thu, 25 Jul 2013
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