The kidney is large and shows some foetal lobulation. The pelvis is dilated, as is the ureter. The
prostate is moderately enlarged and the bladder trabeculated.
This is an incidental finding at autopsy, in a man who died from heart failure secondary to
coronary artery disease. The right kidney was not found; its absence explains the size of the left
kidney. The obstruction here was due to prostatic enlargement.