Subash Yadav was suffering from autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD) for a couple of years and was admitted to the Sir Ganga Ram hospital(SRGH) last month following chronic renal failure with severe pain in abdomen and blood in urine.

According to hospital authorities, the case was analysed closely and a decision was taken to remove both of his kidneys and transplant new ones. Also the other reason was the deteriorating condition despite being admitted to the hospital.

The doctors remove the 2.75 kg kidney after a three-hour-long surgery.."We found the procedure quite challenging. Normal kidneys weigh 130 grams approximately. This kidney weighed 2.75 kg which is 20 times more and was stuck to the surrounding intestines," said Manu Gupta, consultant urological surgeon at SGRH and who performed the surgery.

"Even the second kidney of the patient also weighed 2.5 kg and had to be removed in an another surgery a week later," Gupta said and added that altogether, the patient's body was bearing an extra weight of about 5 kg.

The Guinness Book of World Records reports a kidney weighing 2.15 kg as world's largest kidney till now which was removed in Dhule, Maharashtra in 2011.

 

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