Abbreviations:ESRD (End-stage renal disease), ARM (anorectal malformations), KT (kidney transplant), UA (urological anomalies), ARM-KT (patients with anorectal malformation who underwent kidney transplant), UA-KT (patients with urological anomalies but no ARM who underwent kidney transplant), eGFR (estimated glomerular filtration rate), VUR (vesico-ureteral reflux), PUV (posterior urethral valve), UPJO (ureteropelvic junction obstruction), MRI (magnetic resonance imaging)
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