[Considerations on the pathogenesis, diagnosis and therapy of renal venous aneurysm].

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An aneurysms of a renal vein is very uncommon an entity and even more so when a visceral vein is affected. The venous aneurysms are generally asymptomatic and are detected either at post-mortem examination or by Echography, CT scan or MR investigation. Occasionally they become symptomatic because of rupture, thrombosis and embolism, but even in those cases… (More)

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@article{Irace1995ConsiderationsOT, title={[Considerations on the pathogenesis, diagnosis and therapy of renal venous aneurysm].}, author={Luigi Irace and Ombretta Martinelli and Rita R Stumpo and P. Costa and Pietro Folino Gallo and Paola Francalanci}, journal={Minerva cardioangiologica}, year={1995}, volume={43 4}, pages={161-3} }