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Inventi Rapid - Urology & Nephrology
(Formerly Inventi Rapid/Impact: Kidney)

Articles

  • Inventi:hun/23448/17
    GRADE-3 RENAL PARENCHYMAL DISEASE IN HORSESHOE KIDNEY: A RARE CASE REPORT
    Swathi D*, Ramesh Kumar Reddy P, R Siddarama

    Horseshoe kidney is rare non-fatal congenital renal fusion anomalies. Incidence of horseshoe kidney is one in every 400 patients and it is more in males than females. Complications of horseshoe kidney include uretropelvic junction obstruction, urinary tract infections, stones and hydronephrosis. The occurrence of parenchymal disease is rare. There is no literature data of renal parenchymal disease in the horseshoe kidney. A case on grade-3 renal parenchymal disease in the horseshoe kidney is reported here, also patient was suspected with uremic encephalopathy.

    How to Cite this Article
    Swathi D, Ramesh Kumar Reddy P, R Siddarama., Grade-3 Renal Parenchymal Disease in Horseshoe Kidney: A Rare Case Report. Inventi Rapid: Urology & Nephrology, 2017(4):1-2, 2017.
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