I was experiencing abdomin pain and had an ultrasound. The results were:
Small nonmobile projection from the wall of the gallbladder at 0.39 which looks like a polyp.
Cyst in the cortex of the right kidney in the upper pole area of right kidney with mild echodensity, not quite typical of the normal cystic appearance.
Rather echogenic renal pyramids and a possible nephrocalcinosis in both kidneys.
What does this all mean?
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