Horse-shoe Shaped Kidney in Fetus and its Associated Variations: A Case Report

  • Sushma RK, Antony Sylvan D’Souza
  • Published 2015


Horseshoe kidneys are found in 3% of the population and are probably the most common of all renal fusion anomalies. This anomaly consists of two distinct renal masses lying vertically on either side of the midline and connected at their respective lower poles by a parenchymatous or fibrous isthmus. In a male fetus, aged 32 weeks of gestation, horseshoe… (More)


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