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What Is Bilateral Renal Parenchymal Echogenecity Mildly Raised

Posted: by Dr.Zhao      Time: 2015-05-30 09:38

Topics: CKD CKD Basics

Details: My mother has mildly raised bilateral renal parenchymal echogenecity. What does it mean? What is the treatment?

Expert Answer

Increased bilateral renal parenchymal echogenecity means there is kidney stone or kidney cyst. In view of this, your mother had better do B ultrasound and CT to determine what on earth you mother has. After finding out the causes, you can tell us. Then, kidney experts here will give you a suggestion to manage your mother’s kidney problem effectively.

For example, if your mother has kidney cyst, some therapies are needed to shrink kidney cysts and protect the remaining kidney functioning tissues. In this case, patients can try Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It can not only drain sac fluid but also prevent the secretion of sac fluid. Therefore, kidney cysts can become smaller and smaller.

If patients have kidney stones, they can try Chinese medicines to dissolve kidney stones or accept surgery to remove kidney stones. Of course, the detailed treatment plan should depend on patients’ illness condition.

To get more suggestions for your mother, you should provide more information. Then, we can provide correct treatment options.

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