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In the right kidney upper pole there are two minor calyces into which multiple papilla empty. These have a more "ballooned" or "T-shape" than a normal minor calyx would.
For comparison, one of the papilla in the upper pole and the papilla in the lower pole empty into their respective minor calyces.
Incidental: Overlying suture material, retrograde catheter, and an overlying patient button.