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TIFFA scan shows renal pelvic calyectasis. Could you explain?

Dear Doctor, My TIFFA scan taken at 23 weeks says right renal pelivi calyectasis 6.88 mm. And there was a follow up scan taken during 30 weeks. In this it says Both Kidneys: Mild pominence of renal pelvis noted on both sides. right Side AP diameter measures 4.55 mm Left side AP diameter measures 8.7 mm and Urinary baldder is distended. Could you please explain me this. worried about baby and this is my first pregnancy
Asked On : Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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I do understand your worry. But if the amniotic fluid index is normal and if there is only mild prominence of pelvis hopefully there usually should not be a problem. Most likely scenario is of normal pregnancy and labour and any mild problem in the child can be easily handled after the birth of the child.
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