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Pregnant. Ultrasound shows fetal renal pelvis noted bilaterally. Normal child?

i am 18 weeks 4 days into preganancy the anomaly scan shows evidence of mild prominence of the fetal renal pelvises noted bilaterally.AP diameter of the right renal pelvis measures 3.4 mm and the left measures 2.5 mm. what are the consequences.can my baby lead a normal it a kidney surgery required after baby is born or it shrinks automatically
Asked On : Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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hi. it is advised that ultrasound to be shown to some urologist preferably good in paediatrics(childern)
as you have stated that pelvis of both kidneys of fetal showslittle abnormality. it is advised that repeat the scan after every 4 weeks interval for comparing the size of renal should not be that worried as urologist can take care of your baby even in case urologist decide for operation named pyeloplasty.
Answered: Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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