2018, Number 3
Rev Cubana Pediatr 2018; 90 (3)
Durán ÁS, Diaz ZN, Calviac MR
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ABSTRACTIntroduction: Calyceal diverticulum is detected in 0,21% to 0.60% of excretory urogram.
Objectives: To describe a patient with an incidental diagnosis of this anomaly and her follow up during 11 years.
Case presentation: During the performance of an excretory urogram for studying a hydronefrosis in a seven years old girl, a calyceal diverticulum was detected in the contralateral kidney; and after 11 years of ultrasonographic follow-up there has been no modifications or complication related with the diverticulum.
Conclusions: Calycial diverticulum is a congenital anomaly that can last years without presenting complications. That is why it must be treated conservatively.