CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE – POST RENAL TRANSPLANT STATUS – STABLE


This was a 51-year-old gentleman , who has Type I DM , detected when he was 26 years. He was detected to have chronic kidney disease , 12 years later , which was progressive and 4 years later he underwent renal transplant ( donor being his wife). After that he is stable with a good glycemic control and his renal parameters have remained normal since then.

The following pictures show the native kidneys – shrunk with loss of renal architecture , with poor flow seen in Power Doppler.

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The following pictures show the transplanted kidney in the Right Iliac Fossa, with normal architecture, good Power Doppler flow and normal Spectral Doppler values.

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This case has no diagnostic challenges. But this is a feel good post . Enjoy.

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