Table 4.

Antenatal characteristics of patients with no acute diagnosis (n = 28)a

PatientGAAFRenal Family HistoryPerinatal OutcomeKidney Length R/L (SD)CystsCMDDiagnosis Others Anomalies
2b32NNoAlive+3mc, C, bNPD, b
S2b32NNoAlive+3mc, C, bNPD, b
3b22NNoAlive+1mc, C, uN
4b18NNoAlive−1/+2mc, C, uNPD, u
7b20NNoAlive+1/0MC, D, uPPD, u
9b35NNoAlive0mc, C, uPPD, u
10b32NNoAlive0MC, D, uP
12b22PHCDAlive0mc, C, bNHSK
14b30NNoAlive0/+1MC, D, uNPD, u
15b20NNoAlive0/+2MC, D, uN
16b22NNoAlive0mc, C, uN
1732NNoAlive−1NARenal hypodysplasia
1821NNoAlive+2PDysplastic kidneys
1930NNoAlive+1/−1mc, uNDysplastic kidneysf
20c22SOHNoTOP+1mc, C, bNBilateral dysplasiaf
21c22MOHDysplasiaTOP+1mc, C, bNBilateral dysplasiaf
2234NNoAlive0mc, C, bNCystic dysplasia + HEf
2321NNoAlive+1mc, uPIsolated HEf
2422NNoAlive0mc, uNTransient HEf
2531NNoAlive+1mc, uNHE + cortical microcystsf
26d32NNoAlive0NPD, b
  • a C, cortical; CD, cystic disease; GCKD, familial glomerulocystic kidney disease; HE, hyperechogenicity; HSK, horseshoe kidney; L, left; PD, pelvic dilation; R, right; S, sibling.

  • b TCF2 gene anomaly.

  • c Postmortem examination showed bilateral renal dysplasia with glomerular cortical and tubular microcysts, without hepatic and pancreatic dysplasia.

  • d Refused genetic exploration.

  • e Absence of cysts on ultrasonography but visible cysts on fetal magnetic resonance imaging (data not shown).

  • f Patients with negative TCF2 analysis.