I just went for a CT scan and the report said that: What does it mean when the report says : No focal abnormality is seen in the pancreas and spleen. The adrenals are not enlarged. Focal renal scarring is seen in the right inter-polar region. Bilateral tiny sub-centimeter hypo-densities in the kidneys are too small to be characterized. There is no hydronephrosis. What can I do for preventing it getting worse?

The description that you provide sounds like minor changes in the kidneys.  I do not identify any specific kidney disease based on the description that you provide.  I suggest you discuss the findings with the physician who ordered the testing.

 

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