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Harris L. Cohen, MD, FACR
Topics in Perinatal Genitourinary System Evaluation
Harris L. Cohen, MD, FACR
11/23/2014 | Time : 38 min
About This Lecture:

This lecture reviews the normal appearance and dimensions of the fetal kidney and adrenal gland, renal ectopia, anatomic variants, hydronephrosis and pyelectasis, ureters and bladder, cystic disease and other disease entities of the fetal GU system. List some tips to suggest that the fetal kidney is present but ectopically located. Discuss the criteria for grading fetal pyelocalyceal dilation. Discuss the different types of cystic renal disease.

Topics mentioned in this video : Grade II

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Keywords : adult polycystic disease, caudal regression syndrome, cystic renal disease, cystic renal dysplasia, dilatation, dilated ureter, ectopic kidney, fetal adrenal gland, fetal bladder outlet obstruction, fetal bladder, fetal genitourinary tract, fetal GU tract, fetal hydrocele, fetal hydronephrosis, fetal kidney, fetal pyelectasis, fetal renal length, Multicystic dysplastic kidney, obstructive nephropathy, pelvic kidney, posterior urethral valves, Potter syndrome, Prune Belly syndrome, PUV, recessive polycystic kidney disease, renal agenesis, renal bed, renal duplication, renal oelvic color Doppler, renal pelvic dilation, renal pyramid, RPD, testicular torsion, transperineal plane, UPJ obstruction, ureteral stenosis, ureterocele, ureteropelvic junction obstruction, ureterovesical junction obstruction, urethral atresia, UVJ obstruction

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