Fraley syndrome

Fra·ley syn·drome

(frā'lē),
dilation of the upper pole renal calices due to stenosis of the upper infundibulum, usually caused by compression from vessels supplying the upper and middle segments of the kidney.

Fraley,

Elwin E., U.S. urologist, 1934–.
Fraley syndrome - dilation of the upper pole renal calices due to stenosis of the upper infundibulum.