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Intravenous Pyelography (IVP)

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No obvious radio-opaque density is seen in the region of KUB.

Right kidney is normal in size and showsconcentraion&excretion of contrast.There is no hydronephrosis.
Right ureter is opecefied& show normal caliber.

Left kidney is not well visualised.

Urinary bladder is disyended & shows no filling defect within lumen. No significant residual urine is noted on postvoiding.

Impression is- Non visualised left kidney.

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replied July 30th, 2017
Non visualized left kidney, indicates that the left kidney was not detected in the test, which could indicate that the individual has a single kidney on the right side.

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