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of or relating to the kidneys

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Presumably, the maldevelopment of the distal mesonephric duct and faulty ureteral budding leads to renal agenesis or dysplasia, and atresia of the ejaculatory duct leads to obstruction and cystic dilatation of the seminal vesicle.
Fraser syndrome with renal agenesis in two consanguineous Turkish families.
Mandi's son Nolan was prenatally diagnosed with a condition called renal agenesis (he had no kidneys).
We report a case of cystic dysplasia of the testis and absent ipsilateral kidney, but an ipsilateral ectatic terminal ureter, suggesting involution of a dysplastic kidney as a reason for the apparent renal agenesis.
He was born with the characteristic birth marks, low muscle tone, strabismus in both eyes, (cross-eyes, or squint); mild learning disabilities, Tourette syndrome, seizure disorder, GERD (Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease), square and notched teeth, a hyperextended left knee, right renal agenesis (absent right kidney), fine and gross motor delays, frequent migraine headaches, and social skill problems.
2-5) The cysts may be accompanied by other deformities, including hypospadias, renal agenesis, and incomplete testicular descent.
Congenital seminal vesicle cyst with ipsilateral renal agenesis, vascular anomalies and intestinal malrotation.
Diagnoses of right renal agenesis and left renal hypoplasia were based on renal ultrasound.
Moreover, it is well-demonstrated that if an embryological insult occurs before 7 weeks' gestation, when the ureteral bud separates from the mesonephric duct, SV agenesis may be associated with renal agenesis.
This case shows that the male variant of the MURCS association may accompany miscellaneous urogenital anomalies such as renal agenesis, cross renal ectopy, vesicoureteral reflux.
In patients with primary amenorrhea, MRI can be used to confirm the absence or presence of the uterus as well as evaluate for any associated urogenital abnormalities such as renal agenesis.