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In the summer of 2012, I had severe pain in my left plank. My doctor stated it was muscle pains. When the pains continued for 3 months, he sent me to an ultrasound study at the Desert Advanced Imaging Palm Springs. Radiologist Dr. Michon Halio evaluated the pelvic ultrasound: Duplex collecting system in my left kidney with a mild hydronephrosis. No evidence of renal mass or renal stone formation. My doctor stated duplex collecting systems were congenital, concluding it was a false diagnosis. For expert evaluation, he referred me to Dr. Brad Wolfson (Urologist) in Palm Springs who reviewed old ultrasounds and old x-ray of my kidneys and concluded there was no duplex collecting system, deciding no further studies were needed. When my physician closed his clinic in Yucca Valley in 12/2012 I had to find another physician, who ordered an ultrasound (1/2013), which revealed a kidney stone in my left kidney.

Submitted Jan. 26, 2013 | flag



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