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Calyceal Diverticulum

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Affiliation: Brooke Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Calyceal Diverticulum

History: 27 year old female who presented to the Internal Medicine clinic with a complaint of chronic right flank pain and a history of multiple urinary tract infections. Routine Labs revealed microhematuria. Request was made for a Abdominal CT.

Findings: Axial CT images with contrast demonstrate a 2 cm hypodensity in the inferior pole of the right kidney. The mass contains 2 dependent calcifications. On the delayed phase of imaging, The hypdense mass fills with excreted contrast confirming the diagnosis of calyceal diverticulum.

Ddx: Renal sinus cyst. Obstructed Hydrocalyx.

Exam: Microhematuria

No MeSH data available.


Calyceal diverticulum of the inferior pole of the right kidney with two dependently layering urinary calculi.
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Calyceal Diverticulum

Walker KRW - MedPix

Calyceal diverticulum of the inferior pole of the right kidney with two dependently layering urinary calculi.
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MPX1769_synpic15558: Calyceal diverticulum of the inferior pole of the right kidney with two dependently layering urinary calculi.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Brooke Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Calyceal Diverticulum

History: 27 year old female who presented to the Internal Medicine clinic with a complaint of chronic right flank pain and a history of multiple urinary tract infections. Routine Labs revealed microhematuria. Request was made for a Abdominal CT.

Findings: Axial CT images with contrast demonstrate a 2 cm hypodensity in the inferior pole of the right kidney. The mass contains 2 dependent calcifications. On the delayed phase of imaging, The hypdense mass fills with excreted contrast confirming the diagnosis of calyceal diverticulum.

Ddx: Renal sinus cyst. Obstructed Hydrocalyx.

Exam: Microhematuria

No MeSH data available.