what does heterogeneous enhancement of the kidney mean?

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Answered: What is a CYST on the kidney

Here's a cut and paste from a site I found. It explains everything you need to know. A cyst is a closed pocket or pouch of tissue that can form anywhere in the body. Cysts can be filled with air or fluid. Cysts that form on the kidneys usually contain fluid. One or more cysts may develop on small ...

Answered: Mild marrow heterogeneity

As in bone marrow? There are normally more that one type of cell that is maturing in the marrow. Could you type out the path report for us and not just the bottom line?

Answered: Bananas for kidney problems?

You should definitely bring this to the attention of your doctor. Potassium, sodium, calcium, phosphorus and other minerals are critical for the proper function of your kidneys and their ability to keep the water balance of your blood, as well as their ability to remove toxins. If you have kidney ...

Answered: What does it mean (heterogeneous appearance) health

Heterogeneous - appearance Health -The bone marrow itself appears different that what normal bone marrow should look like on the MRI.The heterogeneous means that there are areas which may appear to have changes in the bone marrow. After injury or radiation to an area -- the bone marrow can be ...

Answered: I had a sonogram and they said there was thickening and fullness in the

You went to the doctor and had a sonogram, they told you what they saw and you get up and leave with out asking questions? Then you come here and ask non doctors what it means? Is this correct?

Answered: What does tanner mean

In British usage, a tanner was a sixpence, and a bob was a shilling.
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What does it mean when you are diagnosed with leukemia without mention of

I am very sorry about this. I would suggest that you speak to your doctor. Ask about his plan to treat you. It may give you hope and reassurance to hear what the plan is.

Kidney stones

Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) or just lithotripsy for short can break up stones with the use of a high intensity acoustic pulse. Allowing you to pass them easily. Although I have seen mention of studies that are now suggesting this can increase chances of diabetes by up to 300% due ...

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at the time that is all they need . really i don't know

How long does it take a kidney to expand when one is removed to take up

kidney disease develop stage 5 (end stage renal failure),your kidney will not work.