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International Angiology 2002 March;21(1):103-106

language: English

Left renal artery aneurysm with left accessory renal arteries. A case report

Nishimura K., Maeda T., Hiroe T., Honda T., Kamihira S., Kanaoka Y., Ohgi S.

From ­the Second Department of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Tottori University, Yonogo, Japan


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A 57-­year-­old ­man ­was sus­pect­ed of hav­ing a ­left ­renal ­artery aneu­rysm on ­enhanced com­put­ed tomog­ra­phy (CT) find­ings. Aortic angio­gra­phy ­showed 3 ­left ­renal arter­ies ­with an aneu­rysm of ­the dis­tal ­main ­renal ­artery. A 3 mm ­upper ­pole ­renal ­artery ­which ­crossed ­near ­the aneu­rysm ­was pre­served. Dissection of ­the aneu­rysm ­was fol­lowed by arte­ri­al recon­struc­tion ­with ­end-to-­end anas­tom­o­sis.

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