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Spontaneous retroperitoneal renal hemorrhage: imaging and angiographic findings in five patients.

@article{Baekelandt1991SpontaneousRR,
  title={Spontaneous retroperitoneal renal hemorrhage: imaging and angiographic findings in five patients.},
  author={M Baekelandt and Paul Leyman and H P Wynant and L Stockx and R Van Steenberge and P D'haenens},
  journal={Journal belge de radiologie},
  year={1991},
  volume={74 3},
  pages={
          213-6
        }
}
The authors describe one case and report four other of pathologically proven spontaneous retroperitoneal renal hemorrhage due to a ruptured hemorrhagic cyst (2 cases), a renal cell carcinoma, an angiomyolipoma, and a tubular adenoma. The contribution of US, CT, and angiography to the diagnosis is discussed and the recent literature is reviewed. 
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