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Hi Sir, I am 22 years old male. 18-7-2018 my MDCT Scan KUB region show me. Clinical information C/O dysuria with LBP. SCANOGRAM Scanogram of abdomen in supine posture and frontal projection reveals no gross abnormality. ADRENALS They are normal in size, shape, outline, density and enhancement pattern. KIDNEYS They are normal in position, lie, size, shape, outline, density, parenchymal thickness, enhancement & excretion pattern. Bilateral pelvicalyceal system are dilated. URETERS They are dilated. Focal mural thickening is seen in lower ends of bilateral ureter with narrowed lumen- length of involvement measuring 44 mm. (right) and 38 mm. (left). Bilateral ureter-vesical junction show mural thickening also. URINARY BLADDER It is well distended. A small, dense, enhancing, plaque-like mural lesion (26 X 20 X 11. 3 mm. Approx.) is seen in antero-superior wall. Focal perivesical fat stranding is seen. Focal mural thickening is seen in bladder base also with perivesical fat stranding. No sizeable perivesical lymph node is seen. PROSTATE AND SEMINAL VESICLES The prostatic density is homogenous. The prostatic outline is smooth. The capsule is intact. Dense periprostatic fat stranding is seen. Seminal vesicles are normal. BOWEL & mesentery: NO Obvious abnormality is seen in relation to the bowel and mesentery. PERITONEAL CAVITY: No free fluid is seen in peritoneal cavity. retroperitoneal: No enlarged lymph node is seen. The great vessels of the abdomen are normal. BONES & SOFT TISSUE: Bones and soft tissue are normal. IMPRESSION: MDCT scan of KUB region reveals---- Multifocal vesical mass (as described) with invasion of bilateral ureter-vesical junction and distal ureters-causing bilateral hydroureter and hydronephrosis-? Infective /?neoplastic- please correlate with cystoscopy and biopsy. My creatinine result show me 0.90 mg/dl date Is this cancer? Now in this stage is this curable? please suggest me best urology department hospital in India.
Dear sir, I am 38 years old, well built but for last 3 months I am facing problem during urination, the flow of urine is slow and some times I fell burning during urine. Please suggest what should I do.
I am 32 years old, I have pain while urinating and even I seen blood in urine other symptoms like a more frequent urge to urinate, pain in vagina while urinating, chills etc, please help me and what medicine I should take.
Kidneys: Mild right sided hydronephrosis. A 3.4*2.7 mm calculus (+150 HU) noted in left middle calyx. Mild right sided perinephric fat stranding & peripelvic fluid noted. Delayed contrast excretion noted on right side. Right kidney -9.5 cm, left kidney -9.6 cm (CC length). Ureters: Right ureters is dilated with a calculus (+400 HU) 5*3 mm noted st right vesico- ureteric junction. Is this curable without surgery or Surgery is inevitable. please advise urgently.
My brothers daughter is 6 year old but still she does toilet in night while she is asleep is it normal or any medication has to be done and one more thing she does not take food properly her weight 15 kg please help.
Hi, does urine albumin/creatinine ratio reflects kidney issue? My age is 29 Random Blood Sugar: 209 Fbg: 223 Hba1c: 8.9 Urinary Glucose: 200 Urinary Protein: Trace Urinary Micro Albumin: 200 Creatinine Urine: 293 Ratio: 68.3 Bp: 160/110.
The kidney is a vital organ that regulates the levels of fluids, minerals, salts, and other such substances in our body and when this balance gets disrupted, it results in the formation of Kidney stones. This problem is medically known as Nephrolithiasis and can cause pain when the stone moves about the urinary tract.
Types of Kidney Stones
There are several types of kidney stones and knowing the same can help in determining the cause and offer a valuable insight into how to get rid of them. The common variants of kidney stones are:
- Calcium stones- This is the most common type of kidney stones which are usually found in the form of calcium oxalate. It is a natural substance available in foods and also produced daily by the liver. Certain fruits, nuts, vegetables, and chocolate have high oxalate content. High doses of vitamin D, metabolic disorders, and intestinal bypass surgery can increase the concentration in the urine.
- Struvite stones- This type of kidney stones form in response to infection, and they can grow fast and become large in size within a short span of time with few or no symptoms.
- Cysteine stones- When a person has a hereditary disorder causing the kidneys to give out too much of amino acids or cystinuria, then cysteine stones start forming.
- Uric acid stones- When a person does not drink enough amount of water or lose too much fluid or eat a high amount of protein on a regular basis then he or she may have uric acid stones.
Causes and Risk Factors
Kidney stones tend to have no definite or a particular cause even though numerous risk factors can surge the risks. Kidney stones are formed when the urine contains an excessive amount of crystal-forming substances including uric acid, oxalate, and calcium. Also, when urine lacks the crucial substances which may prevent the crystals from sticking together, the formation of kidney stones can occur.
A person with a family history of this problem is likely to have kidney stones. Other risk factors include dehydration, certain diets, obesity, digestive diseases, surgeries, and other medical conditions such as renal tubular acidosis, cystinuria, and hyperparathyroidism.
Lifestyle changes recommended to improve the situation
Lifestyle changes can indeed dramatically reduce the occurrence of kidney stones.
- Drinking more fluids can reduce the recurrence of stones by 40% and risk is reduced by 80%. Also, the urinary system is healthy and is flushed out of toxic chemicals.
- Follow a diet rich in fruits and vegetables.
- Reduce salt, sugar, and animal protein.
- Limit the consumption of foods with high oxalate content. If you have calcium oxalate stones restrict foods rich in oxalates like beets, okra, spinach, sweet potatoes, nuts, tea, chocolate, black pepper and soy products.
How Homoeopathy is beneficial to break down Kidney stones?
Although Kidney stones are considered a case of surgery, but with Homoeopathic medicines we can break down and dissolve Kidney stones and help to pass the dissolved stone without surgical intervention. Not only does Homoeopathy treat Kidney stones, it also has shown remarkable results in treating the recurrent tendency towards formation of kidney stones. Homoeopathic medicines beneficial to treat kidney stones are: Lycopodium, Berberis.vulgaris, Sarsaparilla, Cantharis and Hydrangea to name a few. These medicines should be taken under the guidance of a qualified Homoeopath.
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