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Case report: Perinephric lymphangiomatosis.

Gorantla R, Yalapati A, Dev B, Joseph S - Indian J Radiol Imaging (2010)

Bottom Line: Perirenal lymphangiomatosis is a rare benign malformation of the lymphatic system.We report here a case of bilateral perirenal and parapelvic involvement with a normal excretory collecting system.

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Affiliation: Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences, Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute, Sri Ramachandra University, Chennai - 600 116, India.

ABSTRACT
Perirenal lymphangiomatosis is a rare benign malformation of the lymphatic system. We report here a case of bilateral perirenal and parapelvic involvement with a normal excretory collecting system.

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Contrast-enhanced CT scans in the corticomedullary (A) and excretory (B) phases show normal cortical enhancement with nonenhancing perirenal collections. The excretory images show splaying of the non-dilated excreting collecting system (arrowhead)
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Figure 0003: Contrast-enhanced CT scans in the corticomedullary (A) and excretory (B) phases show normal cortical enhancement with nonenhancing perirenal collections. The excretory images show splaying of the non-dilated excreting collecting system (arrowhead)

Mentions: CT scan of the abdomen showed bilateral hypodense collections [Figure 2] with densities varying between 5 and 15 HU in the perirenal and peripelvic regions. Normal enhancement of the cortex [Figure 3A] and normal corticomedullary differentiation were seen. The collections were seen indenting the cortices of both kidneys. The inferior venacava was displaced anteromedially.


Case report: Perinephric lymphangiomatosis.

Gorantla R, Yalapati A, Dev B, Joseph S - Indian J Radiol Imaging (2010)

Contrast-enhanced CT scans in the corticomedullary (A) and excretory (B) phases show normal cortical enhancement with nonenhancing perirenal collections. The excretory images show splaying of the non-dilated excreting collecting system (arrowhead)
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Figure 0003: Contrast-enhanced CT scans in the corticomedullary (A) and excretory (B) phases show normal cortical enhancement with nonenhancing perirenal collections. The excretory images show splaying of the non-dilated excreting collecting system (arrowhead)
Mentions: CT scan of the abdomen showed bilateral hypodense collections [Figure 2] with densities varying between 5 and 15 HU in the perirenal and peripelvic regions. Normal enhancement of the cortex [Figure 3A] and normal corticomedullary differentiation were seen. The collections were seen indenting the cortices of both kidneys. The inferior venacava was displaced anteromedially.

Bottom Line: Perirenal lymphangiomatosis is a rare benign malformation of the lymphatic system.We report here a case of bilateral perirenal and parapelvic involvement with a normal excretory collecting system.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences, Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute, Sri Ramachandra University, Chennai - 600 116, India.

ABSTRACT
Perirenal lymphangiomatosis is a rare benign malformation of the lymphatic system. We report here a case of bilateral perirenal and parapelvic involvement with a normal excretory collecting system.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus