Pyelonephritis

What is Pyelonephritis?

Pyelonephritis is an inflammation of the renal parenchyma, calyces, and pelvis. It is commonly caused by bacterial infection that has spread up the urinary tract or travelled through the bloodstream to the kidneys.

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My kidney function currently is 17% left kidney 83% right kidney. I'm 48 yr old female, had a pyeloplasty at the age of 7 years of age. I've had...

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is your pyelonephritis in the left kidney? If you have recurrent UTIs from the left kidney...

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Hi. I had a urinalysis yesterday with no infection but some blood in my urine. I had stabbing pain yesteday on my right side on back that...

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hi.. thanks for using HCM..
you have the past history of pyelonephritis which was treated with stent..
now you have intense pain in the back, and...

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hi, i have been in hospital with kidney infection, my regular dr think its not a kidney infection, here is what the CT scan reads: However, there...

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Brief Answer:
Urinary tract infection

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Thanks for the query

Your Urine test reports are indicative of a urinary tract...

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