renal hypoplasia

re·nal hy·po·pla·si·a

an abnormally small kidney that is morphologically normal but has either a reduced number of nephrons or smaller nephrons.

re·nal hy·po·pla·si·a

(rē'năl hī'pō-plā'zē-ă)
An abnormally small kidney that is morphologically normal but has either a reduced number of nephrons or smaller ones.
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Morgan was born with renal hypoplasia and also has partial sight loss.
* Division of the isthmus and discarding one kidney portion due to the presence of adverse factors (renal hypoplasia, severe vascular- or collecting system anomalies) and subsequent transplantation of the remaining portion into one recipient.
Ureteric bud apoptosis and renal hypoplasia in transgenic PAX2-Bax fetal mice mimics the renal-coloboma syndrome.
Laparoscopic simple nephrectomy patient with situs inversus totalis and left renal hypoplasia: A case report.
In animal studies, homozygous PAX2-null mutant mice had no kidneys because the ureteric bud failed to branch from the mesonephric duct, (23) and heterozygous PAX2 mutant mice caused renal hypoplasia. (24) However, urinary tract abnormalities are often combined with renal dysplasia.
ulna and radius).25 Rare association includes dextrocardia renal hypoplasia leukaemia and Mobius syndrome.3
Table 2 shows that the most commonly observed abnormalities associated with CKD development were Ochoa syndrome, renal hypoplasia, prune belly syndrome, and posterior urethral valves.
Renal abnormalities, including renal hypoplasia, hydronephrosis and duplication of the calyceal system, have been reported less frequently.
"new" lethal multiple congenital anomaly syndrome: Joint contractures, cerebellar hypoplasia, renal hypoplasia, urogenital anomalies, tongue cysts, limb shortness, eye abnormalities, defects of the heart, gallbladder agenesis, and ear malformations.
have reported that fetal serum ss2-microglobulin and cystatin C are good markers for postnatal renal function in bilateral renal hypoplasia and dysplasia [24].