Renal pelvis

What is Renal pelvis?

Renal pelvis is a funnel shaped structure in each kidney that is formed at one end by the expanded upper portion of ureter lying in the renal sinus and at the other end by the union of the calyxes of the kidney.

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My mother aged 79 years undergone a USG whole abdomen. The report says "Pelvic fullness seen on left. Possibly extra renal pelvis" Does this mean...

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Brief answer....there is nothing to worry.
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Thanks for the query.
I have seen your query and understand your concern.

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I recently had a CT scan due to right flank pain and recurrent uti. I wondered if the portion under the contracts referencing a suspicious...

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Brief Answer:
You have partially obstrcting stone of size of 1.2 cms in Rt Renal Pelvis.

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Thanks for your query,based on the...

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Hi my wife undergoing tiffa scan at 19 weeks ultrasound scan in the reports all are normal except both fetal renal pelvis 6mm is it a major problem...

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Brief Answer:
fairly normal.

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its fairly normal if the pelvis diameter remains less than 10mm. This would need to be...

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