Ahvaz Jundishapour Medical Sciences University
Genitourinary tract malformation is the most common fetal malformation which is identified with anomaly scan of second trimester with incidence of 4 in 1000 pregnancy.
obstructive uropathy is the most and need treatment before delivery and follow up after on for prevention of disease.
prenatal diagnosis improves outcome of affected child with preventing of renal damage and renal failure.
renal number, size, echo level of cortex and AP diameter of renal pelvic evaluated. echogenic enlarged kidneys with normal amniotic fluid or oligohydramnios have multiple etiology with different prognosis and outcome. sonography algorithm of fetal sonogram of urinary system and association of other system anomaly guided the radiologist to diagnosis of disorder and appropriate medical plan.
we introduce modern ultrasound screening program for detecting genitourinary tract abnormality in first, second and third trimester anomaly scan.