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Hydrocalycosis. A report of two cases.
Radiologe. 1980 Dec; 20(12):596-9.R

Abstract

Hydrocalycosis is the progressive cystic dilatation of a major calyx due to infundibular obstruction. Two cases of hydrocalycosis are herein presented and several diagnostic procedures are discussed. A correct diagnosis can be made by proper use of newer radiographic techniques. Treatment depends upon the etiological and complicating factors.

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Case Reports
Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

7208894

Citation

Spigos, D G., et al. "Hydrocalycosis. a Report of Two Cases." Der Radiologe, vol. 20, no. 12, 1980, pp. 596-9.
Spigos DG, Zaitoon MM, Darwish ME, et al. Hydrocalycosis. A report of two cases. Radiologe. 1980;20(12):596-9.
Spigos, D. G., Zaitoon, M. M., Darwish, M. E., & Sassoon, H. (1980). Hydrocalycosis. A report of two cases. Der Radiologe, 20(12), 596-9.
Spigos DG, et al. Hydrocalycosis. a Report of Two Cases. Radiologe. 1980;20(12):596-9. PubMed PMID: 7208894.
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