Bladder Stones (UrinaryCalculi) – Dogby
and it refers to finding stones (or calculi) anywhere in the entire urinary tract. The urinarycalculi... and therefore they do not show up on the finished film. To confirm the presence of urinarycalculi, we put a dye (similar...
Gall Bladder Stones Treatmentby
Dr. Anshu Gupta
The gall-bladder is a pear-shaped organ, 10 cm. long and three to five cm. wide, attached to the under-surface .of the liver on the right side. The main function of the gall-bladder is to store the bile secreted by the l
Glad to hear you're ok. MRSA isn't fun.
Anatomically speaking, your bladder shouldn't be connected to your gallbladder such that bladder/kidney stones are different from gallbladder stones. The latter become symptomati
Good luck. I hope the news is good and she'll soon be on her way to health again. thank you-she is at our vet now. they are running blood tests and doing x-rays. we are waiting for answers. As you can see, the rest of your qu
Infections, fevers, and ailments can all create physical symptms, whicih lead in turn to anxiety or nervousness - which can seem to be "brain issues" in older persons.
Best for her to see her own peronsl physican who can a
What you are experiencing is quite likely normal. It may be bothersome to you but having that amount of urine remain in the bladder can be normal.
And as your exams find no medical problems – it may be that you are a f