hypodysplasia

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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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Proteinuria as a predictor of disease progression in children with hypodysplastic nephropathy.
Renal coloboma syndrome (RCS) (papillorenal syndrome) is an autosomal dominant entity characterized by hypodysplastic kidneys and optic nerve abnormalities ranging from optic pit to total optic disc coloboma (1, 2).