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Renal transplant done. Meaning of increased cortical echoganacity in ultrasound? How to reduce high creatine levels?

good evening sir,my creatinine was 6.0 before two month. but now my creatine is now 7.3. iam renal transplant patient. my transplant has been done before 6 year. ultrasound report show increase cortical echoganacity seen.what is mean. and how to reduce creatinine.tell me any drugs.ultrasound done . boipsy done............urine is coming 1500ml/1100ml
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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Thanks for writing your query to us.

Increased echogenecity indicates kidney disease. Echogenecity of kidney means ability of various anatomical parts of kidney to generate echo signals on ultrasound.

If your S.Creatinine is showing a rising trend than you should meet your nephrologist to check the whether your kidney is functioning properly.

Wish you good health.
Answered: Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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