Valentina Patti

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The incidence of Corynebacterium urealyticum infection in kidney recipients is low. Its common clinical manifestation is encrusted cystitis or encrusted pyelitis. Herein, we report an unusual case of a 19-year-old kidney recipient with necrotizing pyelitis due to C urealyticum in the absence of mucosal encrustation or calculi. The patient was readmitted 30(More)
After monolateral dual kidney transplantation, a 69 years old male patient developed symptomatic lymphocele with mild hydroureteronephrosis, impaired renal function, and right inferior limb oedema. A percutaneous ultrasound-guided drainage of the fluid collection was planned, but the complex mutual relations between the collection and the renal hilus did(More)
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