FLORA AND FAUNA ISSN 2456-9364(Online) 0971-6920(Print)
         
2015 Vol. 21 No. 2 PP 265­-271
EVALUATION OF KIDNEY AND LIVER DISORDERS IN TYPE 2 DIABETIC PATIENTS USING USG
NUTAN AGARWAL, ASHISH KR SHARMA, PALLAVI AGARWAL1, MANISH KR SHARMA2, NISHA AWASTHI3, AKANKSHA MISHRA4, KSHITIZ NATH, TANU CHAUDHARY AND SUBHASH RAJPUT
Deptartment of Medicine 1Deptartment of Pathology M.L.B. Medical College, JHANSI, INDIA 2Deptartment of Orthopedics 3Deptartment of pHYSIOLOGY S.M.S. Medical College, JAIPUR, INDIA 4Deptartment of Pathology L.N. Medical College, BHOPAL, INDIA
ABSTRACT
Total 450 Type2 Diabetic pts aged 35 yrs to >70 yrs attending the OPD at MLB Medical College were studied. Out of 450 pts 89 had abnormal USG. Out of 89 pts, 36 had kidney abnormalities, 32 had liver and 21 had both liver and kidney abnormalities. Most cases showed normal renal size and echogenicity (89%). Grade 1 nephropathy was more common than grade 2 or 3 nephropathy. The most common renal abnormality was simple renal cyst (30.55%) followed by renal stones (27.77%). Other less common complications are hydronephrosis, renal mass and mixed renal disease. NAFLD was most common liver abnormality present in 59.37% patients. Other USG abnormalities being cholecystitis & cholelithiasis (31.25%) and cirrhosis (9.3%).
Key words :Diabetes, NAFLD, USG, nephropathy.
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