Right Sided Supernumerary Kidney with Pyelonephritis: A Rare Presentation
Author(s): VVSS Sagar1*, Sourya Acharya1, Sunil Kumar1, Amol Bhawane2, Samarth Shukla3, Chitturi Venkata Sai Akhil4, K. B. Harshith Gowda5
Renal malformations are one of the most frequent congenital abnormalities. A supernumerary kidney is unusual among
these. Due of the abnormality's rarity, the real incidence is uncertain. The first instance was documented in 1965, and there
are now less than 100 cases identified. The majority of the time, this ailment is asymptomatic, but when it is, it usually
manifests itself in the fourth decade of life. We discuss a case of a 67 years old woman who presented with a right
supernumerary kidney with pyelonephritis fused to the native kidney, which is an infrequent occurrence.