dc10 wrote:I wanted to know if there is any treatment for tiny renal veins, i assume being tiny they are stenosed
A Case of Renovascular Hypertension due to Renal Vein Hypoplasia
dc10 wrote:thank you everyone for sharing,
i spoke to my GP and requested an US to check my renal veins to which he said an US can't check the renal veins, how true is this?
i got US KUB authorised (again), so i intend to ask the radioligist to check my IJVs and renal veins at the same time, any tips on how i should go about this?
this is being done on the NHS in the UK, so i was hoping to get my IJVs checked as well, but doubt they will
Also in the Dr S thread he says the symptoms of problems with the renal veins " include fatigue, imbalance, pelvic pain, rectal pain, hematuria, proteinuria, hypertension, pelvic variose veins,"
Now as i dont have these symptoms (besides bad balance), would this indicate my renl veins function correctly and if they are compressed, wouldn't benefit from stenting?>
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