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contrast nephropaty

Antonio B Porcaro, Filippo Migliorini, Romeo Pianon, Stefano Zecchini Antoniolli, Francesco Furlan, Vincenzo De Biase, Carmelo Monaco, Claudio Ghimenton, Michele Longo, Luigi Comunale
Increased interest in aneurysms involving the renal artery and its branches has occurred during the past 3 decades. The prevalence of renal artery aneurysms is approximately 0.01%-1% in the general population as well as 2.5% in hypertensive patients undergoing angiography. Intraparenchymal renal artery aneurysms (IPRAAs) are rare since being detected in less than 10% of patients with renal artery aneurysms. The Authors report an unusual case of multiple small intrarenal artery aneurysms associated with a large IPRAA located in the mid portion of the right kidney...
2004: International Urology and Nephrology
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