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Nephroptosis identification

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Nephroptosis identification

Sep 09, 2017 by Kidney Disease Expert

 The ectopic kidney is a congenital anomaly in the position of the kidney. It can be located in the chest, the peritoneum and the pelvic cavity. While the kidney is found in a physical examination, the position of the kidney does not move as the position changes. Urogram, B hyperexamination can be clearly diagnosed. 

The polycystic kidney is also a congenital malformation of the kidney, which is shown in the upper abdomen and blood urine. The kidney can be reached in the kidney area during physical examination. The kidneys can be reached on both sides of the body, not moving. X-ray examination and B super check can help diagnose. 

A kidney tumor usually occurs when the lumbar mass is present, and it is the terminal stage of the tumor, with blood and pain. When the body is examined, it is found that the lump is more fixed and painful. X-rays and ultrasound scans help to determine the diagnosis. 

Kidney fluid can also be shown as a lumbar lump. The bump may increase gradually, but the palpation can be sexy. The radionuclide renogram examination showed the obstruction curve. B hyperexamination reveals cystic placeholders. 

Other diseases that need to be identified include repeated kidney, peritoneal tumors, and the identification of the renal ptosis is not difficult. Depending on the mass of the lump, the motion, the X-ray examination of the urinary system, and the results of the ultrasound scan. 


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