Recently it has become apparent that the adult (autosomal dominant) type of polycystic kidney disease can occur in neonates. At the same time it has been stressed that radiographic and sonographic differentiation of the adult and infantile types is difficult. We present a case in which the finding of puddling of contrast material on the excretory urogram served as a diagnostic clue.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging