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Phlebolith?

Posted By  sh on May 02, 1999 at 23:09:18
A while back I  had an IVP done to check for reasons for high protien and blood in my urine.  On the report it said there was a " pelvic calcification"  indicating a "phlebolth".  Then it said that the test was "essentially normal."  My Dr. had just told me it was "ok", about a month ago when the office called with the result.  I was just picking up my records so that I will have them if I have to go to another Dr.   Is this something to worry about?  Thank you.

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Dear sh,
A phlebolith itself is harmless and I wouldn
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