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What Does Mild Caliectasis, Bilateral, Unremarkable Urinary Bladder Mean?

I have a pain in lower abdomen. The result of my ultrasound in kidney and urinary bladder is BOTH KIDNEYS ARE. IN NORMAL SIZE WITH HOMOGENOUS PARENCHYMAL ECHOGENICITIES. THE CORTICO-MEDULLARY DEMARCATIONS ARE DISTINCT. NO EVIDENCE OF LITHIASIS SEEN. THERE IS MILD DILATATION OF BOTH CALYCES. THE URINARY BLADDER WALL APPEARS HOMOGENEOUSLY ECHOGENIC, NO DEMONSTRABLE MASS LESION NOR LITHIASIS. IMPRESSION: MILD CALIECTACIA, BILATERAL. UNREMARKABLE URINARY BLADDER. Please help me to understand what the meaning of this. I m scared.. Thank you very much. Waiting for your response.
Fri, 6 Sep 2019
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Hello,

Usually the narrated condition indicate distal urinary tract obstruction as narrowing of the urethra or else. In my clinic, I recommend an evaluation with ascending urethrogram, CT IVP or else for final diagnosis and further cure.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Take care.

Regards,
Dr. Bhagyesh V. Patel, General Surgeon
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What Does Mild Caliectasis, Bilateral, Unremarkable Urinary Bladder Mean?

Hello, Usually the narrated condition indicate distal urinary tract obstruction as narrowing of the urethra or else. In my clinic, I recommend an evaluation with ascending urethrogram, CT IVP or else for final diagnosis and further cure. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Take care. Regards, Dr. Bhagyesh V. Patel, General Surgeon