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Unilateral renal dysplasia was found in a male Std: Syrian hamster at 13 weeks of age. At necropsy, the kidney was markedly reduced in size (0.1539 g), and had a granular surface and pale color. The kidney had renal papillae. Histologically, the kidney had a distinct cortico-medullary junction. In the cortex, small glomeruli, poorly differentiated tubular epithelia, and flattened tubular epithelia were observed. The poorly differentiated epithelia were single-or multi-layered, and had nuclei ofdoi:10.1293/tox.14.309 fatcat:nldjr35gkvetzh7md3gn3fne24