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What is the meaning of Right Renal Non-Obstructive kidney? What is fatty liver?

Hi my name is Sunil. Recently got Sonography test for whole abdomen and below result/conclusion came out of test :-- 1) Right Renal Non-Obstructive 3.77 MM Calculus---Mid pole of right kidney 2) Fatty liver Earlier also -twice have got this stone --Uranery pipe..The first got operated through Laser treatment and later got operated through Surgey. Now after 2 yr the stone has formed again. Would like to know what are remediation i need to take care of to get rid of this 3.77 MM stone from mid pole of right kidney and main factor what need to be done to ensure stone does not form again. Also what is fatty liver and any problem due to this and how medication need to take for that..
Asked On : Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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Hello Sunil
thank you for posting your query on HCM
Once a stone is formed in the urinary tract there is always a chance for the stone to develop again. this is because a nidus is needed for stone formation. Once formed it is difficult to eradicate.
Currently you are having a small stone in the mid region of the kidney. It is about 4mm in size and currently it is not causing any obstruction. However, it can increase in size and cause obstruction to the urine flow. So, it needs a prompt treatment.
Regarding your problem of recurrence of the stone, firstly it is important to determine the chemical constituents of the stone.
This is important because certain stones occur in acidic urine and others in alkaline urine.
This information helps one to tailor the medications.
In stones which are formed in acidic urine require agents which make the urine alkaline.
Stones which are formed in alkaline urine require agents which acidify the urine.

Regarding your query of fatty liver, firstly you should know in what conditions fatty liver occurs.
Fatty liver means accumation of fats in the liver cells.
This is an reversible condition and can be reversed once the causative agent is removed.
It occurs secondary to alcohol intake, diabetes mellitus, obesity, starvation and malnutririon.

In case you take alcohol, you should stop its intake and also get blood glucose levels done to rule out diabetes mellitus.

Take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
Answered: Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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