Fraley syndrome

Fraley syndrome is the eponymous term for a dilated calyx (hydrocalyx) due to compression of a calyceal infundibulum from an adjacent artery or vein. It is rare, but it occurs more often in an upper pole calyx. The hydrocalyx may be painful.

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rID: 38853
System: Urogenital
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Fraley's syndrome

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