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We present a case of crossed-fused ectopic left kidney in a young man who came with rightsided abdominal pain for about 5 months. Crossed-fused ectopic kidney is often associated with other congenital anomalies, especially in the urinary tract. Our patient had two anomalies-an anomalous placement of renal pelvis (laterally in the orthotopic kidney), and a high up caecum, which was an asymptomatic associated gastrointestinal tract anomaly. TAJ 2003; 16(2): 79-81 19. Kim EK, Song TB. A study ondoi:10.3329/taj.v16i2.3889 fatcat:m46ff24apng6zk6ax3cpz6goqe