1. Renal injury in a patient with autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease
Renal injury in a patient with autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease.
Contrast-enhanced CT demonstrates high-attenuation hemorrhage in 1 of the left renal cysts (arrow). There is blood in the subcapsular and perinephric spaces. The patient had suffered blunt abdominal trauma.
Contrast-enhanced CT shows a large accumulation of blood in the left perirenal space. There are multiple intrarenal hematomas as well.
3. Complete renal laceration
Complete renal laceration.
A delayed CT image shows a wedge-shaped defect in the posterior aspect of the right kidney and contrast-opacified urine within the pararenal space.
Contrast-enhanced CT shows a large perinephric hematoma and multiple renal fractures.
A CT image obtained after instillation of contrast via a urinary catheter shows extravasated contrast (arrow) within the peritoneal space adjacent to the bladder.
6. Complex extraperitoneal bladder rupture
Complex extraperitoneal bladder rupture.
There is extensive extravasation of contrast from the bladder into the extraperitoneal spaces of the pelvis. The extrinsically compressed bladder has an elongated configuration (arrow).
Contrast-enhanced CT of a patient 2 days status post a ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) repair shows extravasated contrast medial to the right kidney.
Iatrogenic urine leak.
A transverse sonographic image of the right kidney in a child following a pyeloplasty demonstrates a large crescentic perinephric fluid collection (urinoma).
There is marked bladder wall thickening (arrows) on this longitudinal sonographic image of a bone marrow transplant patient with hematuria.
A coronal T2-weighted MR image of a child who recently underwent radiation therapy for ...
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