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doctor1 MD

My husband had a CT scan to check for kidney stones. No kidney stones showed up but the scan showed a "spot" on his pancreas . Does a "spot" indicate cancer? He has a follow up appointment ...

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I have a Kidney stone. My CT scan 1- Rotated ectopic left kidney, demonstrating no evidence ... if I have to take EWCL or ureteroscopy ( because of the position of my kidney) one doctor told me its ...

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Hi I have symptoms of kidney stones. The flank pain is managable though . CT scan shows 9mm stone .... According to CT scan my left kidney is slightly dilated. It was same situation in 2008. My questions ...

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I have a question: I got 2 ct scans. 1 of my abs for kidney stones and one for my head. Should I be worried about my increased cancer risk? Did my cancer risk increase? If so, how much? heard your body ...

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but stone in right kidney ultrasound lady said 1cm but guy today who had my results says 5mm I m getting a ct scan but if its only 5mm I would like to try my self anything that might break it down any ideas ...

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, and kidney 10x16mm. These have all grown to this point in less than a year. Along with having multiple kidney stones. I m told they still believe it s calcifications. Now the one in lung is causing some problems ...

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I was recently informed I have a stone in my left kidney as this was shown on a ct scan - 10 mm. However, today I was informed that it is not a stone only a shadow and nothing to worry about. I have been ...

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of my husbands CT scan w/o contrast, he has a history of kidney stones ...what is :2 mm left mid polar nonobstructing intrarenal stone, bilateral parapelvic cysts, left ...

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I have a kidney stone. They found it through a CT scan. It s been 6 months. Though it has moved ... at my wits end to get this stone to pass! Any suggestions? ...

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.mild dilatation of left renal pelvicalyceal system is seen with no obvious obstruction visualised. This is my ct scan report.is it necessary to go with lithotripsy? Already i have undergone lithotripsy with stents ...

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I am a 27 year old female. I was diagnosed with a kidney stone ( CT scan ) a week and 3 days ago ... this is the stone trying to leave my bladder? I still do not have any other symptoms, no pain urinating, no visible ...

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Hi, GP suspected that my dad might have kidney stone. And he ordered him to get a CT scan done. My question is... is CT scan necessary to detect kidney stone? Would X-Ray and/or ultrasound not be sufficient ...

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then who can? I actually found out May 15 via CT Scan,as the ER thought I had Kidney stones, no stones,BUT. ...

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kidney stones and I think I may have one that is too big to pass. The doctor suggested a CT scan, I read ...I had blood tests done a couple months ago, it showed a small reduction in my kidney function ...

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Hi, I recently passed a kidney stone from my left kidney and a CT scan revealed that I have 3 more non-obstructing calculi Thanks for your input. Nicolas ...

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doctor1 MD

Stones may hurt when they travel down the ureter. It classically causes a cramping pain. It feels like a radiating pain starting at the back and going down the groin. You can seek a different doctor's opinion, if your pain matches this classical presentation. If not, you can describe it here and we shall try relating it.

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Tab. Meftal spas or pain killer injection when their is renal colic works.

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Hi, CT scan is more relevant than ultrasound. Do always remember that Ultrasound is always subjective (measurer dependent) whereas CT scan is objective (measurable with definitive parameters). Do let me know for any additional information. Take care. Dr. T. Shobha Deepak