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Calyceal Diverticulum

Walker KRW - MedPix

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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. Axial CT with contrast in the early arterial phase suggestive of the diagnosis. Delayed imaging through the proximal collecting systems confirms the diagnosis.
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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. Axial CT with contrast in the early arterial phase suggestive of the diagnosis. Delayed imaging through the proximal collecting systems confirms the diagnosis.
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MPX1769_synpic15560: Calyceal diverticulum of the inferior pole of the right kidney with two dependently layering urinary calculi. Axial CT with contrast in the early arterial phase suggestive of the diagnosis. Delayed imaging through the proximal collecting systems confirms the diagnosis.

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.