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Urinary Tract and male reproductive system | 2.1 Kidney and ureter
Case 2.1.1 Anomalies of the kidneys


Anomalies related to renal growth:
Hypoplasia of the right kidney and compensatory hypertrophy of the left kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Dupex kidney and 2 ureters joining before the bladder with obstruction
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Crossed fused renal ectopia with an empty right renal fossa. The right kidney is small and fused to the lowerpole of the left kidney which m ...
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Crossed renal ectopia with fusion of the lower pole of the left kidney and the upper pole of an ectopic right kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Crossed renal ectopia with fusion of the lower pole of the left kidney and the upper pole of an ectopic right kidney and normal located uret ...
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Crossed renal ectopia
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Horse shoe kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Horse shoe kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Horse shoe kidney and stone in the distal right ureter without dilatation
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Fused kidneys
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Renal ectopia with an abnormal rotated pelvic kidney on the right side and a normal located left kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Pelvic kidney with an abnormal position of the left kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Pelvic left kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Renal ectopia with an abnormal rotated pelvic kidney on the right side
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Renal ectopia with an abnormal rotated pelvic kidney on the left side
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Single pelvic kidney with absence of a normal left and right kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Pelvic left kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Pelvic left kidney with calyceal calculi and a stone in the renal pelvis
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Pseudotumor caused by an abnormal rotation of the right kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Rotated right kidney with a duplex collecting system
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Rotated but otherwise normal right kidney
Anomalies related to the ureteral bud:
Ureteropelvic junction obstruction of the right kidney
Anomalies related to the ureteral bud:
Ureteropelvic junction obstruction of the left kidney
Anomalies related to the ureteral bud:
Ureteropelvic junction obstruction with pelvicaliectasis and a normal ureter
Anomalies related to the ureteral bud:
Pelviureteric junction stenosis with dilatated pelvicalyceal system caused by an abberrant vessel (artery)
Anomalies related to the ureteral bud:
Duplex left kidney with a dilatated lower pole without dilatated ureter probably a UPJ stenosis
Anomalies related to the ureteral bud:
Duplex kidney with a ureteropelvic junction stenosis of the lower pole with a normal upper pole and a dilatated lower pole collecting system
Miscellaneous:
Duplex kidneys with on the left side a dilatated non functioning upperpole system with a dilatated ureter and uretroceles
Anomalies related to renal growth:
Hypoplasia of the right kidney and compensatory hypertrophy of the left kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Dupex kidney and 2 ureters joining before the bladder with obstruction
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Crossed fused renal ectopia with an empty right renal fossa. The right kidney is small and fused to the lowerpole of the left kidney which m ...
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Crossed renal ectopia with fusion of the lower pole of the left kidney and the upper pole of an ectopic right kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Crossed renal ectopia with fusion of the lower pole of the left kidney and the upper pole of an ectopic right kidney and normal located uret ...
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Crossed renal ectopia
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Horse shoe kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Horse shoe kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Horse shoe kidney and stone in the distal right ureter without dilatation
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Fused kidneys
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Renal ectopia with an abnormal rotated pelvic kidney on the right side and a normal located left kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Pelvic kidney with an abnormal position of the left kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Pelvic left kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Renal ectopia with an abnormal rotated pelvic kidney on the right side
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Renal ectopia with an abnormal rotated pelvic kidney on the left side
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Single pelvic kidney with absence of a normal left and right kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Pelvic left kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Pelvic left kidney with calyceal calculi and a stone in the renal pelvis
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Pseudotumor caused by an abnormal rotation of the right kidney
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Rotated right kidney with a duplex collecting system
Anomalies related to ascent of the kidney:
Rotated but otherwise normal right kidney
Anomalies related to the ureteral bud:
Ureteropelvic junction obstruction of the right kidney
Anomalies related to the ureteral bud:
Ureteropelvic junction obstruction of the left kidney
Anomalies related to the ureteral bud:
Ureteropelvic junction obstruction with pelvicaliectasis and a normal ureter
Anomalies related to the ureteral bud:
Pelviureteric junction stenosis with dilatated pelvicalyceal system caused by an abberrant vessel (artery)
Anomalies related to the ureteral bud:
Duplex left kidney with a dilatated lower pole without dilatated ureter probably a UPJ stenosis
Anomalies related to the ureteral bud:
Duplex kidney with a ureteropelvic junction stenosis of the lower pole with a normal upper pole and a dilatated lower pole collecting system
Miscellaneous:
Duplex kidneys with on the left side a dilatated non functioning upperpole system with a dilatated ureter and uretroceles
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