CT Scan Results On The Kidneys?
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Previously you need to know that the person who has the authority to read CT scans is a radiologist, therefore it would be better if you include the results of a radiology reading from your radiologist. In reading CT scans also need to be clearly known clinical patient, other examination results, and also need to be seen as a whole CT scan pieces (can not only be seen 1 section just like the picture that you include). In addition, it must also be seen clearly the size of the organ (in the picture that you include can not be seen or measured clearly).
If you catch a glimpse of the results you include, there may be mild hydronephrosis in both your kidneys. Hydronephrosis is an enlargement of the kidney that occurs because the urine cannot pass out smoothly and accumulate in the kidneys. The causes of hydronephrosis can vary, the most common being partial blockage of the urethra and vesicoureteral reflux. Other causes are blockage from stones, tumors in the urinary tract or tumors in the abdominal cavity around the urethra, scar tissue in the urethra, etc.
You should bring the results of the CT scan back to the doctor who treats you to know more clearly your disease.
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