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Genitourinary Radiology

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A 12-year-boy is referred for evolution of nocturnal enuresis and short stature. The bp is normal. The blood urea is 112 mg/dl, creatinine 6 mg/dl, sodium 119 meq/l, k+4 m eq/l, ca++ 7mg/dl, phosphate 6 mg/dl and alkaline phosphatase 400 u/l. Urinalysis shows trace proteinuria with hyaline cast, no red and white cells are seen. Ultrasound shows bilateral small kidneys and the micturating cystourethrogram is normal. The most likely diagnosis is: (AIPG 2012)



A Nephrolithiasis

B Reflux nephropathy

C Multicystic kidney disease

D Nephronophthisis

Ans. D

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