Pediatric Horseshoe Kidney
Horseshoe kidney occurs when a child’s two kidneys fuse together, creating a “U” or horseshoe shape.
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.
This condition occurs during fetal development, and the cause is unknown.
Some children with horseshoe kidney have no symptoms. Those who experience symptoms may have one or more of the following: