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Renal Arteriovenous Malformation

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Renal Arteriovenous Malformation

History: A 30 -year-old man with recurrent significant gross hematuria, status-post right-sided stent placement, although hematuria preceded stent placement. Ureteroscopy on the right demonstrates blood to be coming from the right, although no identifiable source is noted. Patient denies history of renal or abdominal trauma.

Findings: Enlarged, tortuous subsegmental midpole renal artery malformation (1-2 cm) with two feeding vessels and early filling of renal vein and IVC. Incidental note of replaced right hepatic artery to SMA.

Ddx: Arteriovenous malformation vs fistula.

Exam: The patient has more decreased hematocrit down to as low as 20 preoperatively and after transfusion of one unit, had decreased to 18

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Following successful coil embolization and arteriography via a superselective renal artery catheter, there is markedly diminished/absent flow to the lesion, with no draining venous component. No evidence of non-target embolization.
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Renal Arteriovenous Malformation

Storm ESS - MedPix (2005)

Following successful coil embolization and arteriography via a superselective renal artery catheter, there is markedly diminished/absent flow to the lesion, with no draining venous component. No evidence of non-target embolization.
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MPX2214_synpic18444: Following successful coil embolization and arteriography via a superselective renal artery catheter, there is markedly diminished/absent flow to the lesion, with no draining venous component. No evidence of non-target embolization.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Renal Arteriovenous Malformation

History: A 30 -year-old man with recurrent significant gross hematuria, status-post right-sided stent placement, although hematuria preceded stent placement. Ureteroscopy on the right demonstrates blood to be coming from the right, although no identifiable source is noted. Patient denies history of renal or abdominal trauma.

Findings: Enlarged, tortuous subsegmental midpole renal artery malformation (1-2 cm) with two feeding vessels and early filling of renal vein and IVC. Incidental note of replaced right hepatic artery to SMA.

Ddx: Arteriovenous malformation vs fistula.

Exam: The patient has more decreased hematocrit down to as low as 20 preoperatively and after transfusion of one unit, had decreased to 18

No MeSH data available.