Appearance of renal infarction on computed tomography.


We have recently seen three cases of renal infarction secondary to occlusion of renal arteries. Two of these cases had similar clinical presentations and were not diagnosed until computed tomographic (CT) scans were performed (1). The third case was a serendipitous finding. The abnormal findings on CT led to angiography, which confirmed the CT findings in… (More)


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