Associated anomalies in children with congenital solitary functioning kidney

We retrospectively reviewed 87 consecutive cases of Congenital solitary functioning kidney diagnosed at our hospital between 1995 and 2003

Hasan Dursun

2005

Scholarcy highlights

  • Congenital solitary functioning kidney is a relatively common renal malformation and in children is frequently complicated by anomalies of the ipsilateral genital organs and occasionally by anomalies of other organs
  • We retrospectively reviewed 87 consecutive cases of CSFK diagnosed at our hospital between 1995 and 2003
  • In 46 patients the left kidney was absent, and in 41 patients the right kidney was absent
  • CSFK was diagnosed by abdominal ultrasound and confirmed by radionuclide studies
  • Am J Med Genet 21:153–169 Dursun, H., Bayazıt, A.K., Büyükçelik, M. et al Associated anomalies in children with congenital solitary functioning kidney

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