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Duplicated Renal Collecting System

Long JRL - MedPix (2005)

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Affiliation: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Duplicated Renal Collecting System

History: 36 year old female with a liver mass.

Findings: Triple phase IV contrast study of the abdomen demonstrates a liver hemangioma, and incidental note is made of a left-sided bifid ureter.

Ddx: N/A

Dxhow: CT scan

Exam: N/A

No MeSH data available.


Three delayed contrast enhanced CT images of the abdomen demonstrating the left kidney with a superior pole and collecting system, a more inferior image of the left kidney with parenchyma and no collecting system (the so-called "faceless" kidney), and a still more inferior image of the left kidney with the reappearance of a collecting system, consistent with a duplicated collecting system.
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MPX1950_synpic27240: Three delayed contrast enhanced CT images of the abdomen demonstrating the left kidney with a superior pole and collecting system, a more inferior image of the left kidney with parenchyma and no collecting system (the so-called "faceless" kidney), and a still more inferior image of the left kidney with the reappearance of a collecting system, consistent with a duplicated collecting system.


Duplicated Renal Collecting System

Long JRL - MedPix (2005)

Three delayed contrast enhanced CT images of the abdomen demonstrating the left kidney with a superior pole and collecting system, a more inferior image of the left kidney with parenchyma and no collecting system (the so-called "faceless" kidney), and a still more inferior image of the left kidney with the reappearance of a collecting system, consistent with a duplicated collecting system.
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MPX1950_synpic27240: Three delayed contrast enhanced CT images of the abdomen demonstrating the left kidney with a superior pole and collecting system, a more inferior image of the left kidney with parenchyma and no collecting system (the so-called "faceless" kidney), and a still more inferior image of the left kidney with the reappearance of a collecting system, consistent with a duplicated collecting system.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Duplicated Renal Collecting System

History: 36 year old female with a liver mass.

Findings: Triple phase IV contrast study of the abdomen demonstrates a liver hemangioma, and incidental note is made of a left-sided bifid ureter.

Ddx: N/A

Dxhow: CT scan

Exam: N/A

No MeSH data available.