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Weakness, loose motions, headcahe, ultrasound shows mild pelvicalyceal dilation in kidney. Treatment advise?

hello mother have a great weakness within few days and she also ge some loose motion for 3-4days and she have headaeche too,we ask our local dr. he ask us for mumma s ultrasound we have made it and got they says r8 kidney shows mild pelvicalyceal dilatation in r8 was ,b mode,gyey scale sonography of the whole abdominal organ .suggest whts it and medicines what to do.......????????
Asked On : Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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Nephrologist 's  Response
Mild "pelvicalyceal dilation" in and of itself means little.
In some persons it is there, right from birth and needs no treatment if the dilatation does not increase gradually.
Dilatation can also occur in case of vesico-ureteric reflux, which disappears after the urinary bladder is emptied.
Get routine urine examination, alongwith kidney function tests.
Answered: Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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