I am concerned of the coincidence on the Right kidney and liver. The Kidney lesion is large
The most common renal mass is a cyst, or fluid-filled sac arising from the kidney, but those are easily identified as such by ultrasound and CT scan. Yours appear solid. Solid masses are worrisome for cancer. They tend to be cancerous in about 80% of the time. Which means about one in five masses with characteristics suspicious for cancer on the imaging test will not be cancerous, but is generally treated with the expectation that it is cancerous.
The liver mass is less contentious, as there are more benign lesions and just very few malignant lesions.
The question is, Did a Kidney lesion haul off a metastatic lesion to the liver? I am not trying to be SCARY. Just wan you to be informed, and brace up for the MRI.
Like I said, most are treatable. This is 21st century, and there are institutions that have been dedicated to fight with you, should the result be positive for neoplasm
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