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Cortical nephrocalcinosis due to acute renal cortical necrosis

Hilger KH - MedPix (2010)

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Affiliation: Naval Medical Center San Diego

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Cortical nephrocalcinosis due to acute renal cortical necrosis

History: 50 yo woman with history of retroperitoneal paraganglioma, s/p resection. Patient developed gross hematuria one week post-op. CT for hematuria revealed an incidental finding.

Findings: Abnormal Study With Development Of Thin Cortical Calcifications, Which Extend Into The Medullary Spaces Along The Columns Of Bertin, As Well As Heterogeneous Enhancement Of The Kidneys And Minimal Delayed Excretion. The Overall Pattern Is Compatible With Acute Cortical Necrosis.

Ddx: Acute renal cortical necrosis Primary/secondary oxalosis Chronic glomerulonephritis Alports syndrome (glomerulonephritis, endstage kidney disease, and hearing loss) Intrarenal infection in HIV+ Amphotericin B Acute/chronic renal allograft rejection Autosomal recessive polycystic disease

Dxhow: Imaging and clinical correlation

No MeSH data available.


Abnormal Study With Development Of Thin Cortical Calcifications, Which Extend Into The Medullary Spaces Along The Columns Of Bertin, As Well As Heterogeneous Enhancement Of The Kidneys And Minimal Delayed Excretion.  The Overall Pattern Is Compatible With Acute Cortical Necrosis.
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Cortical nephrocalcinosis due to acute renal cortical necrosis

Hilger KH - MedPix (2010)

Abnormal Study With Development Of Thin Cortical Calcifications, Which Extend Into The Medullary Spaces Along The Columns Of Bertin, As Well As Heterogeneous Enhancement Of The Kidneys And Minimal Delayed Excretion.  The Overall Pattern Is Compatible With Acute Cortical Necrosis.
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MPX2326_synpic52459: Abnormal Study With Development Of Thin Cortical Calcifications, Which Extend Into The Medullary Spaces Along The Columns Of Bertin, As Well As Heterogeneous Enhancement Of The Kidneys And Minimal Delayed Excretion. The Overall Pattern Is Compatible With Acute Cortical Necrosis.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Naval Medical Center San Diego

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Cortical nephrocalcinosis due to acute renal cortical necrosis

History: 50 yo woman with history of retroperitoneal paraganglioma, s/p resection. Patient developed gross hematuria one week post-op. CT for hematuria revealed an incidental finding.

Findings: Abnormal Study With Development Of Thin Cortical Calcifications, Which Extend Into The Medullary Spaces Along The Columns Of Bertin, As Well As Heterogeneous Enhancement Of The Kidneys And Minimal Delayed Excretion. The Overall Pattern Is Compatible With Acute Cortical Necrosis.

Ddx: Acute renal cortical necrosis Primary/secondary oxalosis Chronic glomerulonephritis Alports syndrome (glomerulonephritis, endstage kidney disease, and hearing loss) Intrarenal infection in HIV+ Amphotericin B Acute/chronic renal allograft rejection Autosomal recessive polycystic disease

Dxhow: Imaging and clinical correlation

No MeSH data available.