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Cystic and Mainly Malformative Diseases of the Kidney

  • Salvatore Rocca Rossetti
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Abstract

Etiologic and pathogenetic data are useful if not necessary if we are to understand the segmentary nature of some malformative conditions, including cystic diseases of the kidney. As mentioned earlier, the development of the kidney and urinary tracts occurs over a series of stages that take place within a limited space and time. If this development is abnormal it can cause malformative nephrouropathies. The most serious of the malformative nephrouropathies is renal dysplasia: primitive tubules, embraced by stroma and a muscular collar surrounded by areas of nephrogenic mesenchyme together with undeveloped or less developed renal tissue and with non-renal structures like cartilage, muscles, and other structures, termed mesenchymal metaplasia [1, 2].

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  • Salvatore Rocca Rossetti
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  1. 1.Urology DepartmentUniversity of TurinTurinItaly

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