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Corticomedullary differentiation

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in the interpolar calyx. Corticomedullary differentiation appears maintained. No evidence of hydronephrosis seen ... and lower calyx, largest measuring ~ 4-5mm in the middle calyx. Corticomedullary differentiation appears ...

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dear sir my brother aged 49 years ultrasound report of kidney is both kidney normal in size outline and echogenicity .There is partial loss of corticomedullary differentition. no evidence of calculus ...

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, cortical echopattern and corticomedullary differentiations are normal. No calculus, no hydronephrosis ... thickness, cortical echopattern and corticomedullary differentiations are normal. No calculus ...

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, corticomedullary differentiation. - I understand this means to the naked eye there is equal grooving on each side, but what do gyration and corticomedullary differentiation mean? ...

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both kidneys are normal in shape size and position. Renal parenchyma is more echo genic and normal. loss of corticomedullary differentiation noted in both kindeys . in blood report creatinine is 2.0 mg ...

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question. Does the sentence Bilateral cortico-medullary differentiation maintained make sense? The Spanish text literally reads cortico-medullary relation and I am looking for the correct translation. The text ...

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my husband got his ultrasound results in a KUB ultrasound the first thing state is - Mild bilateral loss of corticomedullary differentiation noted ---what does this mean? - No evidence of focal renal ...

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RT=98MM*40MM, LT=99*40MM.BOTH KIDNEYS ARE NORMAL IN SIZE,SHAPE AND PARENCHYMAL ECOH-TEXTURE.BOTH CORTICO- MEDULLARY DIFFERENTIATIONS,CALYCES AND RENAL PELVES ARE NORMAL. NO RENAL AND/OR URETERIC CALCULI ...

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hi dr, left kedney is enlarged in size with loss of cortico medullary differentiation, pvc system are grossly dilated . this report generated by ultrasonography report, now my new born baby(son) 7 days under ...

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Doctor, i am 49 yrs ,my height is 5 4 and my weight is 116 lbs i did an ultrasound and the result is : Both Kidneys show slight loss of corticomedullary differentiation consistent with early renal ...

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my mother in law aged 86 had us abdomen and pelvis done. the results showed both kidneys having icreased echopattern with partially differentiated cortico- medullary differentiation, no calculus ...

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: measures about 8.6 ( bipolar ) BOTH KIDNEYS SHOW increased cortical echo with maintained corticomedullary differentiation . There is no evidences of calculi or calyceal dilatation A few cortical cysts are noted at lower ...

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Goodday, I am a 48 year old black female who has been diagnosed with loss of corticomeullry diferentiation in both kidneys and Bilateral renal parenchymal disease. I have high blodd pressure for the past 10years and in 2002 i had HELLP sydrome....

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Your kidney sizes are normal but ecotexture is problematic. It is suggestive of kidney injury. So better to consult urologist and get done blood pressure monitoring and serum creatinine level. If both are normal then no need to worry. Please hit thanks.

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Hi, CMD is corticomedullary differentiation and loss of CMD is seen in grade 3 parenchymal disease.Do you have diabetes or hypertension ?The infection treated was renal /kidney infection? It can be due to raised urea/creatinine for long time. Answer the questions and we can continue the discussion here. Regards DrSudarshan

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