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Scan shows renal calculi. Fatty liver. Any liver disease?

My name is mani . 35 years old. I am from kerala. My problem is kidney stone . the scanning report Bilateral small 2/3 mm renal calculi, about four in right and two in left kidney seen. Spleen : It is of normal size and echogencity. No focal lesio seen. Pancreas: pancreas is of average size and shape. Normal echogenicity noted. No focal lesion or peri pancreatic collection seen. Kidneys are of normal size, shape and position. Its echogenicity is normal with good cortico medullary differentiation. Bilateral small renal calculi noted four in right and two in left kidney. Calculi measureabout 2/3mm in size. Non hydronephrotic both kidneys. Mild fatty liver noted. It is any liver diseases.your suggession in this disease, and what are the avoid food in my diet.
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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Hello Mani,thanks for your question.Your 35 year old male from Kerala, having bilateral small renal calculi,that is stone.Your rest ultrasound report is normal except for fatty liver.Fatty liver means excessive deposition of fat in liver .Your both problems are diet related.For fatty liver you have to decrease fat content in your diet.Avoid red meat,Ghee Butter,and excessive alcohol.use plenty of vegetables.Your renal stone are of very small size,formation and excretion of these small stone is normal have to avoid diet containing excessive amount of calcium oxalate like spinach.Take plenty of water for excretion of these stone and makes urine alkaline,as stones are formed when urine is acidic
Answered: Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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