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An 11 mm kidney stone is not going to pass on its own and it's going to cause excruciating pain if it moves. I would suggest a follow-up with a urologist.
An MRI is a better choice for visualizing disk problems. I've included a couple of charts below that show which disks cause pain where in the body.
Liver lesions are usually something that is found while looking for something else. Unless blood tests are showing a questionable liver enzyme picture, it usually means nothing.
After you've had a chance to look at the diagrams, please let me know what additional questions you might have.
By the way, the left kidney is about the level of T12-L3 with the right one a bit lower than that.