Flashcards in Ch. 63 EX 1 & 2 Deck (26):
Characterized by a group of findings associated with oligohydraminos and renal failure or bilateral renal agenesis.
Occurs when the kidney does not migrate upward into the retroperitoneal space.
Small part of the lumen of the allantois that persists while the urachus forms.
Anatomic structure that occurs only in male fetuses.
Posterior urethral valve
Renal system fails to develop
Forms when the inferior poles of the kidney fuse while they are in the pelvis.
Complex malformation involving lower limb anomalies, spinal defect, anal atresia, and lower abdominal wall defect (exstrophy of the bladder and protrusion of the intestines)
Congenital out pouching of the distal ureter into the bladder.
Abnormal congenital opening of the male urethra on the underneath side of the penis.
Abnormal congenital opening of the male urethra on the top side of the penis.
Dilated renal pelvis without involvement of the calyces.
Autosomal recessive disease that affects the fetal kidneys and liver
Infantile Polycystic kidney disease
Collection of fluid in the vagina and uterus.
Junction where the ureter enters the bladder.
Failure of the testes to descend into the scrotum.
Dilatation of the fetal abdomen secondary to severe hydronephrosis and fetal ascites.
Prune belly syndrome
Level of the urethra where the urinary tract may become obstructed.
Junction of the ureter entering the renal pelvis; most common site of obstruction.
Condition in which both ovarian and testicular tissues are present.
Condition that causes a massively distended bladder.
Multiple cysts replace normal renal tissue throughout the kidney.
Multicystic dysplastic kidney disease
Dilated renal pelvis in the fetus
Term used to describe renal diseases other than renal a genesis that result in renal failure and facial or structure abnormalities caused by oligohydraminos.
Dilation of the lower end of the ureter.