hydrocalycosis

hydrocalycosis

 [hi″dro-kal″ĭ-ko´sis]
a usually asymptomatic cystic dilatation of a major renal calix, lined by transitional epithelium, and due to obstruction of the infundibulum.

hy·dro·cal·y·co·sis

(hī'drō-kal'i-kō'sis),
A usually symptomless anomaly of the renal calix that is dilated from obstruction of the infundibulum; usually discovered incidentally at pyelography or autopsy; may become infected.
[hydro- + G. kalyx, cup of a flower]

hy·dro·cal·y·co·sis

(hī'drō-kal-i-kō'sis)
A usually symptomless anomaly of the renal calyx that is dilated from obstruction of the infundibulum; usually discovered incidentally at pyelography or autopsy; may become infected.
[hydro- + G. kalyx, cup of a flower]
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At ultrasonic scanning (USS) of organs of urinary system paid attention to morphological changes of pyelocaliceal system and a parenchyma of kidneys (hydronephrosis, hydrocalycosis, cystic formations, tumors, etc.), ascertained signs of stones and salts conglomerates in kidneys cavities.