A retrospective study of crossed fused pelvic kidney

Author : K. Parthiban, Vino Victor Jesudas, Nandhini Devi S

Crossed fused ectopic kidney is an unusual congenial malformation of the urinary tract in which both kidneys are located on one side of the midline and are fused together. Usually this condition is identified in the autopsy specimen rather than in general clinical scenario. Workup was done in primigravida antenatal mother’s along with regular ultrasound screening during pregnancy to detect any abnormality in antenatal mother and prevent complication. The aim of the workup is to screen asymptomatic antenatal mothers and aid them for a healthy outcome of pregnancy. Study was also conducted in 20 cadavers .A19 years old primigravida diagnosed with crossed fused pelvic kidney. [left side] which is a rare anomaly lead to retrospective study of this condition.

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