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Video 12-07: Mild hydronephrosis

From: Pocket Guide to POCUS: Point-of-Care Tips for Point-of-Care Ultrasound

The hyperechoic renal pelvis in this kidney has an anechoic center to it. This black area separating the white of the renal pelvis does not even reach the edge of the anechoic area and has not yet begun to enter the cortex. This allows this dilation to be referred to as mild hydronephrosis.

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