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Renal Duplicity (duplication)

Wilson NW - MedPix (2009)

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Affiliation: Naval Medical Center San Diego

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Renal Duplicity (duplication)

History: History of blunt trauma to abdomen during motor vehicle accident.

Findings: Absence of left kidney sinus incidentally noted on CT abdomen.

Ddx: Intrarenal mass (transitional cell carcinoma) Hypertrophied Column of Bertin

Exam: Unremarkable exam.

No MeSH data available.


This axial image shows the junction between upper and lower pole moieties of the right kidney - note the absence of the central sinus revealing a "faceless kidney" in comparison to the left kidney.
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Renal Duplicity (duplication)

Wilson NW - MedPix (2009)

This axial image shows the junction between upper and lower pole moieties of the right kidney - note the absence of the central sinus revealing a "faceless kidney" in comparison to the left kidney.
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MPX2595_synpic51007: This axial image shows the junction between upper and lower pole moieties of the right kidney - note the absence of the central sinus revealing a "faceless kidney" in comparison to the left kidney.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Naval Medical Center San Diego

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Renal Duplicity (duplication)

History: History of blunt trauma to abdomen during motor vehicle accident.

Findings: Absence of left kidney sinus incidentally noted on CT abdomen.

Ddx: Intrarenal mass (transitional cell carcinoma) Hypertrophied Column of Bertin

Exam: Unremarkable exam.

No MeSH data available.