|ECR 2018 / C-1990|
|Prenatal ultrasound diagnosis of urinary tract anomalies and postnatal outcome|
ANH was the most frequent urinary tract malformation (94.4%) and multicystic dysplastic kidney was the most diagnosed structural malformation (9.2%). The presence of a severe ANH, with an APPD superior to 10 mm can help to predict postnatal outcomes and the need for surgery.
There was a high level of correspondence between prenatal and postnatal diagnosis, demonstrating that prenatal US is a reliable method to establish the diagnosis of urinary tract malformations.
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