i recently had kidney stones, where they performed a ctscan of abdomed and pelvis. they found kiney stones, multiple pelvic vascular calcifications and right ovarian calcification.i am wondering are they all symptoms of possible ovarian cancer or possible sarcalydosis and possible chronic renal failure or is it all benign and not to freak out
Unfortuantely, your question is a bit out of our range of knowledge as people who are not doctors. I don't think calcifications normally predispose you to ovarian cancer. It could possibly be a dermoid cyst, but almost all dermoids are not cancer. I'm unsure about the kidney part of your question, but regular kidney stones show up like little white spots or "rocks" on a scan. When do you see your doctor to discuss the results?
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