hypodysplasia

hypodysplasia

(hī″pō-dis-plā′zh(ē-)ă) [ hypo- + dysplasia]
A condition in which an organ, most often the kidneys, is abnormally small and malformed.
hypodysplastic (-plas′tik), adjective
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Special investigations to exclude associated abnormalities in the contralateral kidney, like hypodysplasia, PUJO or VUR are necessary because they occur in 30 - 51% of patients with a MCDK.
Mutations in Uroplakin IIIA are a rare cause of renal hypodysplasia in humans.
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