International Urology and Nephrology

, Volume 31, Issue 3, pp 277–281

Mermaid and Potter's Syndrome Occurring Simultaneously

Authors

  • E. N. Liatsikos
    • Department of UrologyUniversity of Patras, School of Medicine
  • P. Perimenis
    • Department of UrologyUniversity of Patras, School of Medicine
  • K. Dandinis
    • Department of UrologyUniversity of Patras, School of Medicine
  • E. Kaladelfou
    • Department of PathologyUniversity of Patras, School of Medicine
  • G. A. Barbalias
    • Department of UrologyUniversity of Patras, School of Medicine
Article

DOI: 10.1023/A:1007149414339

Cite this article as:
Liatsikos, E.N., Perimenis, P., Dandinis, K. et al. Int Urol Nephrol (1999) 31: 277. doi:10.1023/A:1007149414339

Abstract

We herein report a case of a female embryo who died in utero and at autopsy she was found to have bilateral renal agenesis with the extrarenal manifestations of Potter's syndrome together with mermaid syndrome which is a rare combination. From all the anomalies of the upper urinary tract bilateral renal agenesis seems to have a cardinal role in the survival of the embryo afflicted with the spectrum of associated anomalies.

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