What is Renal pelvis?
Renal pelvis is a funnel shaped structure in each kidney that is formed at one end by the expanded upper portion of ureter lying in the renal sinus and at the other end by the union of the calyxes of the kidney.
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- Small extra renal pelvis in kindney
- Left extra renal pelvis
- Prominent renal pelvis calyx?
- Prominant right renal pelvis and fullness of the right renal calyces
- Mild prominence of right renal pelvis
- Mild fullness of renal pelvis
- Left sideextra renal pelvis in male
- Reason for renal pelvis prominence in fetus
- Kidney renal pelvis
- Mild fullness of the right renal pelvis