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Left Renal Cortical Cyst

My grandmother 85 years old is suffering from back pain in left side near kidney. The digestion is not proper. As per the report 1) Gall bladder is collapsed- CBD is dilated & measures 11 mm at at porta. It shows echogenic sludge & 10 mm calculus within. 2) Left renal non obstructive calculus (5 mm) 3) Right renal simple cortical cyst (18×16 mm) Please suggest us what should we do? Which type of treatment should we choose? Which specialist doctor we should choose for the same? Thanking you.

My grandmother 85 years old is suffering from back pain in left side near kidney. The digestion is not proper. As per...
Extension Exercises x 15 times x twice daily - lying on tummy, take left arm up for 3 seconds, then bring it down, right arm up for 3 seconds, bring down. Bring right leg up, hold for 3 seconds, bring it down. Then right leg up and hold for 3 seconds and bring it down. Repeat twice a day- 10 times.
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Sir, recently I did a ct scan abdomen. The details are as follows TECHNIQUE: SERIAL AXIAL SECTIONS OF WHOLE ABDOMEN 08 mm DONE WITH & WITHOUT I.V. CONTRAST FINDINGS: Liver: Normal in size and mild decreased attenuation. Two small calcific lesions 5 mm and 3 mm in subsegment 7 of liver. Small isodense area in subsegment 8, on arterial phase showing intense enhancement measuring 8 mm homogenous mild enhancement in delayed phases - Likely Hemangioma No evidence of intrahepatic biliary dilation. Portal vein normal in caliber. CBD normal in caliber. Gall Bladder: Well distended. Few small enhancing iso dense areas over fungal region of Gall bladder largest 4 mm -?Polyp? Cause. Wall thickness normal. Pancreas: Normal in size, and attenuation. No evidence of focal or diffuse lesions. Pancreatic duct normal. No evidence of peripancreatic collection and calcifications. Spleen: Normal in size and attenuation. No evidence of mass lesion. Both adrenal glands are normal in size and attenuation. Right Kidney: Normal in size and position. Few non enhancing hypodense areas largest measuring 6 mm - S/o Cysts. Few small calculi seen in mid pole largest 5 mm Pelvicalyceal system is normal. Right ureter is normal in course and caliber. Left Kidney: Normal in size and position. Few Cysts largest measuring 12 mm - S/o Cysts Small calculus of 3 mm in mid pole. Pelvicalyceal system is normal. Left ureter is normal in course and caliber. Urinary Bladder: Well distended. No evidence of filling defects. Wall thickened -?Cystitis No evidence of calculi. Prostate: Upper limit of normal in size. Small calcifications noted No free fluid in the peritoneal cavity. Bowel loops appear normal. Aorta / IVC are normal in course and caliber. Appendix visualised appear normal in caliber Spine - Small osteophytes seen, Spondylolysis of L5 vertebra, minimal disc space narrowing between L5 - S1 - Early changes of degeneration IMPRESSION: C.T. IMAGE MORPHOLOGY IS IN FAVOUR OF * Mild fatty infiltration of liver with two calcific lesions and likely small hemangioma * Few small enhancing iso dense areas over fungal region of Gall bladder largest 4 mm -?Polyp? Cause. * Bilateral small renal cortical cysts and small renal calculi * Urinary bladder wall thickened -?Cystitis. Please advise a treatment.

Sir,
recently I did a ct scan abdomen. The details are as follows
TECHNIQUE: SERIAL AXIAL SECTIONS OF WHOLE ABDOMEN 0...
Dear lybrate-user. For your cystities fatty liver. Galblader polyp. No need to go for any surgery ayurvedic internal medicine is enough to cure completely by taking hrudaya vati (ujwala pharam) anarsha kshara (ujwala pharam), & balaguduchyadi kashaya. For 3 months. For renal calculi renal renal cyst nirinjil shatavari paniyam these medicine will cure your problem cures completely. For your degenerative changes in Lumbar spine need to take panchakarma once.
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Dear Doctor, I am a 60 years old male and still working. I used to do regular exercises 5 days a week for 40-60 minutes each day. Yesterday I had a health check up but couldn't consult with the doctor with result as he was so busy. Now I am traveling and may not be able to see him this month. My results is as follows. Please go through the results and advice me whether have to take any medication or not. Fasting glucose 127 mg Post prandial 159 mg Uric acid 7.1 Total cholesterol 255 Triglyceride 198 mg HDL 49 LDL 166 VLDL 40 Report: Impression: Tiny cyst in left lobe of liver Left renal cortical cyst TMT Result: good exercise tolerance Normal HR &BP response No significant symptoms No Arrhythmias Echo: conclusions No regional wall motion abnormality Good Ventricular systolic function.

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I am a 60 years old male and still working. I used to do regular exercises 5 days a week for 40-60 minut...
Mr. M lybrate-user, thanks for the query. I have gone through the details given. Most of the parameters mentioned look good or normal. However, following are my comments: 1) Blood glucose levels are suggestive of pre-diabetic state. Which a signal to adapt a modified lifestyle, so as to be able to prevent progression to diabetes. 2) Cholesterol is slightly high, exercise and diet control can help in improving the situation. 3) Presence of a cyst in liver also in kidney need to be followed up with your physician. It may not cause any problem right away, but follow the doctor's advise. 4) Heart function seems to be fine, nothing to worry. Thanks.
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What is the result of hepatomegaly with fatty liver grade ll and left renal cortical cyst and umbilical granuloma My brother is having this in his ultrasound Please suggest which doctor is needed for the treatment.

What is the result of hepatomegaly with fatty liver grade ll and left renal cortical cyst and umbilical granuloma My ...
Hepatomegaly with fatty liver should be evaluated with CBC, liver function test, viral markers (HbsAG, Anti-HCV) and prothrombin time. The most common causes are Alcoholic liver disease, hepatitis B and Hepatitis C and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. All of these condition can be treated if detected early. However with continued exposure it may lead to cirhosis.
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