Innate Abnormalities of Renal Development

  • Alan R. Chrispin
  • Isky Gordon
  • Christine Hall
  • Constantine Metreweli
Part of the Current Diagnostic Pediatrics book series (CD PEDIATRICS)


In their own ways innate abnormalities of renal development seem to present all the complexities of the coinage of the Common Market countries. But as J. K. Galbraith observed, “there is nothing about money that cannot be understood by the person of reasonable curiosity, diligence and intelligence”. And so it is with the innate problems of renal development.


Tuberous Sclerosis Cystic Disease Posterior Urethral Valve Renal Dysplasia Bladder Base 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Alan R. Chrispin
    • 1
  • Isky Gordon
    • 1
  • Christine Hall
    • 1
  • Constantine Metreweli
    • 1
  1. 1.The Hospital for Sick ChildrenLondonEngland

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