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Prostate Gland
Hi, My husband recently did a medical check-up and came out with the results that his prostate gland has a calculated weight of 39.8g, dyatrophic calcification seen on both lobes and a cyst is also identified being 6.7mm in its largest diameter (most likely it says to be a utricle cyst). Should we be concerned about this? These results are from a Transrectal Ultrasound of the Prostate Gland. Also, he is a CKD patient undergoing dialysis for 1.5yrs already. What do you recommend to do as well? Thank you.
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Hello madam. You can wait if he has no symptoms of prostate. You can also take a second opinion after examination in detail from a nearby consultant since he is on dialysis and low on immunity because of this.
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