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- Kidney Agenesis
- Renal Agenesis
Bilateral Kidney Agenesis is the lack of both kidneys at birth. It is a genetic disorder defined by a failing of the kidneys to create in a fetus. This lack of kidneys triggers a shortage of amniotic liquid (Oligohydramnios) in an expectant lady. Typically, the amniotic liquid works as a cushion for the developing unborn child. When there is an insufficient amount of this fluid, compression of the unborn child might happen causing more malformations of the child.
This condition is a lot more common in infants birthed of a moms and dad that has a kidney malformation, specifically the absence of one kidney (unilateral kidney agenesis). Research studies have actually proven that independent renal agenesis as well as bilateral renal agenesis are genetically relevant.