What Is a Kidney Nodule?

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A kidney nodule is a swelling or aggregation on the kidneys that is considered abnormal. Kidney nodules are basically hard with abnormal or rough spherical structure. The main cause of kidney nodules is an injury and is mostly painless.
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A kidney nodule can be harmless and is simply an overgrowth of cells. It should be
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its a triangular section of a kidney,the kidney is composed of a group of nodules which side to side make a complete kidney ,each section has its own collecting system and ends up
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3 mm is about an eighth of an inch; 7 mm is a bit more than a quarter inch.
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Radiologists document everything they see. Is this low attenuation nodule cancer or related to the leukemia (which is cancer) It is very unlikely. It is just something to be watched
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