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From: Experience of a tertiary-level urology center in the clinical urological events of rare and very rare incidence. IV. Urological surprises: 2. Clinically visible giant hydronephrosis in adults: Is there a significant function?

Fig. 2

A 45-year-old male patient presented with diffuse abdominal pain and distension due to left giant hydronephrosis. Clinically visible left hydronephrosis seen in caudo-cephalic (a) and lateral (b) views. c Non-contrast multi-slice computed tomography film showing severe left hydronephrosis with lost parenchymal thickness due to pelvi-ureteral junction obstruction and normal right kidney

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