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J Korean Soc Med Ultrasound. 1998 Jun;17(2):165-168. English. Case Report.
Kim HH , Kim YH , Bae DH , Lee HK .

A horseshoe kidney occurs in 0.2 to 1 percent of autopsies, as such, represents a common anomaly. It is a result of fusion of the upper or lower pole of the kidneys occurring between 4 and 6 weeks of fetal development, before the kidneys have migrated upward and rotated on their long axis. In this report, we present prenatal ultrasonographic findings of an isolated horseshoe kidney.

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