Horseshoe kidney with renal stones

Case contributed by Natalie Yang

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An abnormally rotated and inferiorly located kidney connected at the lower poles. Multiple hyperattenuated foci within the kidneys. Findings consisted of a horseshoe kidney with multiple renal stones.

Also, there is an anterior interposition of the colon to the liver reaching the under-surface of the right hemidiaphragm in keeping with Chilaiditi syndrome.

Case Discussion

Horseshoe kidney with renal stones.

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