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Causes 8mm cyst upper pole kidney

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What causes cysts on kidneys? ...

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I have a 3.4mm calculus in a lower calyx on the right. I also have a few cysts on my liver , the largest measuring 9.9mm. An 8.3 mm calcified gallstone in the upper gallbladder . Finally, I have a 3 ...

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My kidney test came out wit5h a cortical cyst in upper pole of left kidney 1.3 cm ...

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The ultrasound find: apart from a benign simple cyst projecting from the mid pole cortex of the left kidney and 1.8 cm diameter. Did this cyst when inflamed give me left low back pain? ...

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Hi, I just got my MRI report and it says there is a 7mm cortical cyst in the lower pole of left ... by the cyst on my kidney? ...

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I have lower right quadrant abdominal pain so I had a CT scan. It came back and said: There is an exophytic 12 mm cyst in the upper pole of the right kidney. The kidneys are otherwise unremarkable without ...

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Please help advise me: I have been diagnosed with upper pole cortical cyst on my left kidney (26 x2mm) and it is causing me constant pain (6-7/10) what measures should I be expecting my doctor ...

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I am diagnosed with 3.5 mm stone at the kidney and ureter junction and know it has come down at VUJ However I am more worried as during ultrasound I was diagnosed with cysts in my right kidney and largest ...

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Diagnosed with a right kidney upper pole 20 mm simple cyst. Am experiencing some pain in normal movements like putting on socks on my right side. Pain is sometimes mild and sometimes strong. I m 57 ...

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a cortical cyst on the left pole of the kidney. When I fisrt start having hip pain, through a urinalysis ... is going on with the kidney. ...

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I have been told that my right kidney has a large complex cyst over 7cm arising from my superior pole with thin internal septations and low level internal echoes with no color flow within ...

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. Urinary Bladder-- Mildly thickening urinary bladder wall measuring upto 6mm. Prevoid- 220cc, Postvoid-170cc, significant postvoid residue 2. Prostate- Measuring 3.8 x 2.9 x 3.0 ( volume 18cc) Mild cyst ...

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what is a benign cortical cyst on the right kidney, and what can I do to get rid of it ? 25 mm cortical cyst, what is it, what caused it , and how do I get rid of it, and prevent it from happening again ...

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My ULTRA SOUND ON MY KIDNEYS states Right kidney -that i have a cyst of 10 x 11 mm and focal renal ... focal scarring on the upper pole. Two Parapelvic cysts are seen. No CALCULI ARE SEEN. WHAT DOES ...

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I recently had an ultrasound that revealed an 8 cm fluid-filled cyst with septations. I had .... Also, I do have a small cysts describe the same on my kidney. We have repeated ultrasounds ...

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doctor1 MD

some types of foods and low fluid intakes- there are others but these are the things u can control easily

doctor1 MD

Hello! There are a large number of conditions that can cause kidney damage.Most common are High blood pressure,Diabetes Mellitus,Recurrent urinary infections,Kidney stones,Specific kidney disease etc. Further evaluations and a detailed medical history is needed to determine the right cause of your kidney damage. Take care

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Hello Thanks for query. Following factors contribute for formation of kidney stone 1) Concentrated urine due to insufficient intake of water. 2) Urinary tract infection (Commonest) 3) High blood calcium levels 4) Hereditary factor. 5) High uric acid levels in blood 6) Abnormal Oxalate metabolism 7) Drinking hard water containing high calcium salts Dr.Patil.