megacalycosis

meg·a·cal·y·co·sis

(meg'ă-kal'ĭ-kō'sis),
1. Congenital, nonobstructive enlargement of renal calyces.
2. Excessively large number of calyces.
[mega- + G. kalyx, cup of a flower, + -osis, condition]
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In this study, we report a case of SGS with congenital megacalycosis with a disease causing mutation.
Bilateral megacalycosis with nonobstructive dilatation was seen on abdominal MRI (Figure 3).
In SGS, the most important systemic manifestations other than skeletal system malformations are renal defects in the form of hydronephrosis and megacalycosis, cardiac defects, and cerebral ventricular dilatation.
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Hereditary Poland syndrome with megacalycosis of the right kidney.