Thank you, Dr. Irna Cicilia for her explanation,
Originally posted 2020-04-14 11:15:18.
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Basically a kidney specialist is an internist who takes subspecialty back in the fields of kidney and hypertension. If indeed you have done routine control to an internist (for hypertension, gout, or other health problems you have) and also a urologist for your kidney cyst problem, and the two doctors do not recommend further examination to a doctor in the consultant in the consultant kidney-hypertension, you don't need to do the examination.
The doctor in a consultant hypertension kidney will also not take certain actions for your kidney cysts (the treatment for kidney cysts is done by a urologist). If the kidney cyst you have is a simple cyst, the cyst does not cause a decrease in kidney function, and does not cause certain symptoms, then there is no need for further treatment for your kidney cyst. You will usually only be advised to do a routine kidney ultrasound examination to monitor the development of your cyst (whether enlarged or multiplied). Sometimes a simple cyst can even shrink and disappear on its own.
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