renal calculus


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Related to renal calculus: hydronephrosis, Renal Cyst

renal calculus

[′rēn·əl ′kal·kyə·ləs]
(medicine)
A concretion in the kidney.
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It can help in measuring the size of kidneys and extent of renal damage, it can detect renal calculus and its size, hydronephrosis and its extent, any dilatation of pelvicalyceal system, or renal cystitis, abscess, calculus and residual post-voidal urine in bladder or any changes in renal parenchyma.
98%) patient, who underwent nephrectomy due to torrential post-nephrolithotomy haemorrhage (Figure-5), was in fact a case of bilateral renal calculus disease.
An ultrasound abdomen revealed a large bladder diverticulum in the left posterolateral aspect of bladder, mild right sided hydronephrosis with a right renal calculus and severe left hydroureteronephrosis with a thinned out cortex.
Patients with isolated renal calculus were excluded from the study.
Papillary pathology as a precursor of primary renal calculus.
3, 4: Coronal non-contrast CT shows multiple cysts of varying sizes in the liver and kidneys with a left renal calculus.