Can someone explain the medical terms in this report of ultrasound investigation?
Examination: sonographic evaluation of abdomen and pelvis
- Clinical complaint of right hypochondriac region menorrhagia
Abdominal and pelvic sonography is done using Philips HD - 15 using C5-2 trans - abdominal and L12-3 linear probes.
There is mild (17.1 cm) hepatomegaly with mild grade fatty infiltration noted.
The right kidney shows 'extra - renal ' type pelvis with mild (3.2 X 1.9 cm ) pyelectasis, Without any caliectasis , favour PUJ obstruction
There is no abnormality detected in gall bladder, pancreas, left kidney, spleen, retroperitoneum and abdominal cavity
There is no mass or free fluid in abdomen and pelvis
There is bulky anteverted uterus, showing a large, sub- serous fibroid at the fundo- anterior uterine wall
Suggest - digital X ray of kub region to visualise any calculus at the right P-U junction