My father is 58year old, last
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My father is 58year old, last week he was admitted with the complaint of chest pain, vomiting, chest discomfort, shoulder pain etc, his abdominal scan report shows bilateral hyperectopic kidney with reduced corticomedullary differentiation,, bilateral minimal pleural effusion, prostatomegaly ,,his FBS 121, urea 86, creatinine 3.5,,,, this are his medical reports, please explain about his condition and after care

PAST HISTORY : Ischaemic cardiomyopathy, severe LV dysfunction, mild MR,

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Hi, I hope your father is well now. In real sometimes it's very difficult to make exactly correct diagnosis without seeing, examinig the patient and based only on few information you have been able to provide, it seems your father have been suffered from kidney disease/failure. There is a wide range of prediposing factors, diseases which can bring to kidney damage, for example infections, diabetes, hypertension, urine flow obstruction etc. In this situation you should continue your fathers treatment under the tight supervision of Nephrologist, Endocrinologist (because there are elevated levels of FBS) and Urologist (prostatomegaly can cause urine obstruction). This condition requires specialized and patiently care.

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