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Enlarged Kidney shows in X-Ray 3 years ago

Hello. Roughly 3 years ago I was in an accident and had a battery of tests done at the hospital. The only thing that was said is that on my x-ray it showed an enlarged kidney, but that was told to me by the doctor in passing as I was laying on the gerny in the hallway. Ive had blood work and urine tests since then for physicals and nothing out of the ordinary has very been mentioned. Im at a point in my life where Im fully enjoying it and want to get it checked out so I have an ultrasound this week. Can there be anything that could come of this if it was years ago it was mentioned an nothing has shown up on recent tests? Maybe just being nervous and I don't want anything to happen to me for a long long time.
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replied March 18th, 2014
hi there
there is nothing to worry
x ray is not the best modality to comment on kidney size.
kidney size is measured via an ultrasound
so had an ultrasound done and i am sure everything will be alright.
if your recent tests are normal then i don't think there is anything to worry.
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