Teat and Udder Sign

A fanciful descriptor for an appearance that may be seen in an excretory urogram in a kidney with prominent cloisons—masses of normal glomerular (cortical) tissue situated deeply within the kidney—located at the cortico-medullary junction, where the papillae and short-stemmed calyces—‘teats’—are associated with a large displacing mass—‘udder’
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