Isolated RPD: definition, screening, diagnosis, treatment
- Public Health England
- Part of:
- Fetal anomalies: screening, conditions, diagnosis, treatment
- First published:
- 1 July 2012
This document describes the fetal anomaly renal pelvis dilatation (RPD).
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This lealfet explains isolated renal pelvis dilatation.
The publication sets out:
- what the condition is
- the condition’s prevalence
- screening and diagnosis processes
- treatment options
- the prognosis for the baby
- possibility of recurrence in future pregnancy
- condition prevention possibilities
- the referral pathway
The NHS fetal anomaly screening programme (FASP) can identify this condition.
Published: 1 July 2012