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Figure 2: Scintigraphy with 99mTc-dimercaptosuccinic acid. Planar anterior (a) and posterior (b) confirmed the scintigraphic findings of right-to-left crossed fused renal ectopia. Cortical defects, suggestive of scarring due to recurrent pyelonephritis, are visible in both kidneys, as well evident at single-photon emission computed tomography examination (c, triangulation) and at the 3D volume rendering (d, white arrow)

Figure 2: Scintigraphy with <sup>99m</sup>Tc-dimercaptosuccinic acid. Planar anterior (a) and posterior (b) confirmed the scintigraphic findings of right-to-left crossed fused renal ectopia. Cortical defects, suggestive of scarring due to recurrent pyelonephritis, are visible in both kidneys, as well evident at single-photon emission computed tomography examination (c, triangulation) and at the 3D volume rendering (d, white arrow)