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Medullary Sponge Kidney

Medullary wipe kidney (MSK) is a conception deformity of the tubules—little tubes inside the kidneys, it may affect both or one kidney. In an ordinary kidney, urine passes through these tubules as it is constantly framed. In MSK, minor sacs called cysts structure in the medulla” the interior portion of the kidney creates a wipe like appearance. These cysts create difficulty in passing the urine. MSK is available during childbirth however most cases don't appear to be inherited. Difficulties created by MSK include hematuria, or blood along with urine; kidney stones; and urinary tract diseases. For some individuals, MSK causes no side effects. The principal sign that an individual has MSK is generally an UTI or kidney stone.
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Last date updated on June, 2014

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