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Single Kidney - Renal Agenesis

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Single Kidney - Renal Agenesis

History: 51 year old female with a history of left breast carcinoma presents for bone scan to evaluate for metastatic disease.

Findings: Bone scan demonstrates no osteoblastic metastatic disease. The right kidney is not visualized. A CT scan demonstrates absence of the right kidney, but the right adrenal gland is intact and normal in appearance. The patient reports no history of right nephrectomy.

Ddx: Renal agenesis

Exam: Status post left mastectomy. Unremarkable blood chemistry and CBC.

No MeSH data available.


Whole body bone scan demonstrates non-visualization of the right kidney.  Abnormally increased uptake in bilateral shoulders, bilateral knees, bilateral midfeet, and bilateral great toes is consistent with degenerative change.  No other abnormally increased uptake is present throughout the skeleton to suggest osteoblastic metastatic disease.
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MPX2269_synpic17844: Whole body bone scan demonstrates non-visualization of the right kidney. Abnormally increased uptake in bilateral shoulders, bilateral knees, bilateral midfeet, and bilateral great toes is consistent with degenerative change. No other abnormally increased uptake is present throughout the skeleton to suggest osteoblastic metastatic disease.


Single Kidney - Renal Agenesis

Biega TJB - MedPix

Whole body bone scan demonstrates non-visualization of the right kidney.  Abnormally increased uptake in bilateral shoulders, bilateral knees, bilateral midfeet, and bilateral great toes is consistent with degenerative change.  No other abnormally increased uptake is present throughout the skeleton to suggest osteoblastic metastatic disease.
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MPX2269_synpic17844: Whole body bone scan demonstrates non-visualization of the right kidney. Abnormally increased uptake in bilateral shoulders, bilateral knees, bilateral midfeet, and bilateral great toes is consistent with degenerative change. No other abnormally increased uptake is present throughout the skeleton to suggest osteoblastic metastatic disease.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Single Kidney - Renal Agenesis

History: 51 year old female with a history of left breast carcinoma presents for bone scan to evaluate for metastatic disease.

Findings: Bone scan demonstrates no osteoblastic metastatic disease. The right kidney is not visualized. A CT scan demonstrates absence of the right kidney, but the right adrenal gland is intact and normal in appearance. The patient reports no history of right nephrectomy.

Ddx: Renal agenesis

Exam: Status post left mastectomy. Unremarkable blood chemistry and CBC.

No MeSH data available.