Pediatric Horseshoe Kidney

Pediatric Horseshoe Kidney

Pediatric Horseshoe Kidney

Horseshoe kidney occurs when a child’s two kidneys fuse together, creating a “U” or horseshoe shape.

Dallas

214-456-2444
Fax: 214-456-2497
Suite F4300

Plano

469-303-4200
Fax: 469-303-4225
Suite P1100

Park Cities

469-488-7000
Fax: 469-488-7001
Suite 106

South Rockwall

214-867-7400
Fax: 214-456-2497
Suite 233

Tyler

214-456-2444
Fax: 214-456-2497
Medical Arts Plaza Building

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What is a Pediatric Horseshoe Kidney?

Horseshoe kidney is when a child is born with the bases or bottoms of the two kidneys connected, thus creating a “U” or horseshoe shape.

What are the signs and symptoms of a Pediatric Horseshoe Kidney?

Some children with horseshoe kidney have no symptoms. Those who experience symptoms may have one or more of the following:

What are the causes of a Pediatric Horseshoe Kidney?

This condition occurs during fetal development, and the cause is unknown.

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