Extra Renal Pelvis?

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Extra renal pelvis is an anomaly in people where the renal pelvis becomes enlarged and protrudes from the kidney. It basically means that the pelvis is sticking out. This condition is considered a normal anatomic variant, which means it does not affect the function of the renal pelvis.
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Vaidehi: It's not an extra renal pelvis. The correct term is an extrarenal pelvis. He doesn't have an extra anything; the renal pelvis he has extends outside the outlines of the
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its a body part that amkes uran pass through the ranel to come out.
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n. A hollow flattened funnel-shaped expansion of the upper end of the ureter into which urine is discharged before entering the ureter.
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