What is kidney enlargement?

Answer Kidney enlargement, a condition in which the kidneys balloon beyond their normal size, indicates an underlying illness. The General Practice Notebook (GPNotebook) website lists hydronephrosis, poly... Read More »

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Is recurrent formation of kidney stone is considered kidney disease or not?

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What are the symtoms of having a kidney stones, kidney infection and cysts on the ovaries?

Some symptoms of kidney stones include lower back pain and extreme pain when urinating.

Is there a difference in a left kidney right kidney donation?

Ultrasound impression reads Splitting is seen in central ecopattern of Left Kidney No calculus is visible in left kidney Prostetomegaly observed is it due to calulus?