Imaging of renal artery stenosis.

Abstract

Renal artery stenosis is the cause of progressive ischemic nephropathy and of renovascular hypertension. Due to the invasiveness of arteriography, which is claimed to be the gold standard at the present time, several noninvasive imaging techniques are available. Colour Doppler sonography is cost-effective, but magnetic resonance angiography and computer… (More)

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