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adult polycystic kidney

Adult polycystic kidney is an autosomal dominant genetic disease. Almost all of them are bilateral. Adult polycystic kidney usually has no symptoms before the age of 40, and multiple cysts of the same shape can be seen in the liver, spleen and pancreas. The volume of polycystic kidney is larger than that of normal kidney, and its surface is covered with cysts of different sizes.


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