Ultrasound images of Congenital megacalyces

This is a congenital condition in which the PCS is dilated due to poor development of the papillae.
The calyces are normally markedly enlarged but the cortex is normal and the ureters are of normal
calibre and not dilated.
Occasionally this is associated with congenital megaureter in which the muscular layer of the ureter is atonic.
Differential diagnoses for fluid-filled renal masses are summarized in Table below
Differential diagnoses for fluid-filled renal masses
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do not shadow on ultrasound, are associated with conditions such as tuberculosis, xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis, nephrocalcinosis or some neoplastic
tumours.
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