hydrocalycosis

(hi″dro-ka″lĭ-ko┬┤sis) a usually asymptomatic cystic dilatation of a major renal calix, lined by transitional epithelium, and due to obstruction of the infundibulum.
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hydrocalycosis

A usually symptomless anomaly of the renal calix that is dilated from obstruction of the infundibulum; usually discovered incidentally at pyelography or autopsy; may become infected. ... Origin: hydro-+ G. Kalyx, cup of a flower ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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hydrocalycosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: hī′drō-kal′i-kō′sis Definitions: 1. A usually symptomless anomaly of the renal calix that is dilated from obstruction of the infundibulum; usually discovered incidentally at pyelography or autopsy; may become infected.
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