The urine urobilinogen is a measurement of liver disease or byproducts of red blood cells in the urine. It may mean that the urine is very concentrated or that there might be liver disease or complications of… 13 more words
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Dear Sir, Hope you are fine and doing well. Please find below my test value: • Serum Creatinine is 110.00 umol/L • eGFR is 71.52 mL/min/1.73 sq.m. Could you kindly give me your comment if there is worry some for my kidney? Thank you.
Can a creatinine level for 1.7 be reversed for a diabetic patient of 16 years? Feb 2017: Creatinine 1.5 | GFR 54.3, Nov 2017 : Creatinine 1.7 | GFR : 63.2.
This morning I feel anxious.
The old feeling, one which had woken me up in the past, with shaking hands, a feeling of cold terror, and the urge to hide, accompanied every morning I had through junior high and high school. 728 more words
Dear. Doctor. Good afternoon. Could you kindly explain to me the findings of my brother's renal ultrasound please? Your feedback will be highly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your time and consideration. Age: 28 Sex: Male Indication: r/o Renal Artery Stenosis RENAL ARTERY DOPPLER/ ABDOMINAL ULTRASOUND REPORT RIGHT LEFT PSV (cm/s) EDV (cm/s) RAR PSV (cm/s) EDV (cm/s) RAR Renal Main Aet @ Ao 105 29 0.67 183 43 1.2 Renal Hilum 70 19 138 38 Interlobular atery 38 12 110 39 Aorta 157 cm/s 157 cm/s RI 0.75 0.78 PI 2.2 1.9 AT 0.130 s 0.150 s The left kidney is normal in size measuring 10.6 x 5.0 cm and contained a 3.7 x 3.0 cm renal cyst within the mid-pole. There was increased echogenicity of the left renal parenchyma and good renal perfusion. Doppler investigations of the left main and intra-renal arteries demonstrate high renal vascular resistance flow showing increased RI vascular resistance (RI=0.78) with decreased diastolic flow. Pulsatility Index (PI) and Acceleration Time (AT) were also increased. These findings strongly suggest medical renal parenchymal disease. The contra-lateral right kidney is small in size measuring approximately 6.1 x 2.3 cm. Color flow doppler and spectral doppler waveforms show abnormally poor or little renal perfusion. Doppler investigation of the right main and interlobular arteries shows increased RI and PI characteristic of parenchymal disease. This small right kidney may be due to congenital hypoplasia or pyelonephritic shrinkage. Both the left and right renal arteries demonstrate normal peak systolic velocities.
The ultrasound with Doppler of both kidneys were done looking for evidence of a blockage in one or both of the kidney arteries. The result suggest that the right kidney is very small. 102 more words