hey, i have been having chronic kidney stones since i was a teenager. i mean, i get stones about every 6 to 9 months. i am now 35 years old. for the past 4 to 6 weeks i have been in chronic pain in my right side. pain is similar to kidney stones, but not nearly as intense, but constant.
the dr first suspected the liver, even though some of the enzymes were a little high, and some fatty cells, they find nothing else wrong. so he sent me to have a cat scan. they found a 2.6 right renal lesion on my right kidney. they send me to have a "detector ct scan", which i am still waiting on the results for.
my question is, first, what exactly is a right renal lesion, what are the possibilities of diagnosis, or what could have caused the lesion?
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