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Volume 2007, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 0253-8253
  •  E-ISSN:  Will be obtained soon 2227-0426

Abstract

Although hypertension is a known complication of hydronephrosis, it is never severe enough to cause encephalopathy. Here we report a baby boy with unilateral hydronephrosis who presented with hypertensive encephalopathy and whose condition was cured by the insertion of percutaneous nephrostomy followed by pyeloplasty.

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