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... The scan showed no stones, however, it showed my right kidney was significantly larger than normal. The left one was significantly smaller than normal. Nothing else was present on the CT. ... (0 replies)
... Everyone has a larger left kidney than right kidney. Yours sound normal. If the tests you had showed no stone, you probably don't have one. A 5mm. would definiely show. ... (2 replies)
One small kidney
Aug 10, 2015
... one of my kidneys is smaller than the other. ... (3 replies)

... right kidney 11.2cm, left kidney 10.9cm. There is minimal fullness in both left and right renal pelvis. Isn't it true that the left kidney should be larger than the right? ... (3 replies)
Small Right Kidney
Dec 10, 2007
... they just so happen to find that my left was larger than my right, which was no concern to the doctor there. i took it upon myself to go to a uraloigist. ... (5 replies)
... ryone new to the board. in the last few weeks i had a pain in my groin so i decided to go to the emergency room and had a cat scan . revelied nothing but that my left kidney was larger than my right. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks for putting my mind at ease because I kept coming up with "kidney failure" when I searched online, and the fact that i had blood previously and now am dropping protein freaked me out. Would you know why someone would drop proteins and blood? It burns when I urinate and there is no UTI, I'm thinking maybe the x-ray did show a stone and maybe the stone is stuck in my... (2 replies)
... Right is 12.9 while the left kidney measures 13.6 cm in length. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks! I feel that a kidney ultrasound would be the next step. ... (2 replies)
... Hi from what I've read its quite normal for the right kidney to be smaller than the left kidney as long as its in the normal range...depending on adult size etc and if its in the range of 15 to 20 mm of the left kidney. ... (17 replies)
... Thanks for the info. You mentioned the left kidney is usually larger than the right. In my case the right is bigger than the left. I wonder what that means? ... (17 replies)
... adhesions so I had a 2nd surgery to repair all of this. When I leave the hospital after the 2nd surgery they tell me that my right kidney is larger than my left kidney. They tell me that it is probably due to the trauma from the surgery and they release me to go home. ... (4 replies)
... I live in the southeast, so its not entirely uncommon to get kidney stones down here. You figure at one a year, you'll just live with it. ... (0 replies)
... The right kidney measures 9.7 x 4.6 x 4. ... (0 replies)
... I had a 4.3 cm in my right kidney. It cause me some pain every so often. I thought it was just a backache. Had CT scan with die and saw it was a tumor. I learned that DR. ... (5 replies)
... Hello to everyone. I am not sure if anyone here knows anything about this, but if someone has kidney stones due to having medullary sponge kidney I would love to hear about it. ... (2 replies)
... In the course of dealing with my blood pressure, I had a kidney sonogram and mri. Both indicated my left kidney is larger than the right. I saw the mri, it clearly is, even to me, a non medical person. Based on that I had a renal scan which turned up nothing. ... (0 replies)
... For some reason, when you have PKD with liver involvement, one organ does not seem to get all the cysts as it would if you just had the kidney involvement only.The cysts seem to kinda spread out more,so the kidneys are not hit quite as hard. ... (4 replies)
... If you think the problem could be with the other kidney, then why the pain around the kidney that is smaller? ... (9 replies)
... From the symptoms you gave me, I don't think that it's more important that your right kidney is smaller than your left, but the other way around! It's more important that your left kidney is larger than the one on the right. ... (9 replies)

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