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Progression of Renal Artery Dissection
Progression of Renal Artery Dissection

This exhibit consist of four large views of the renal artery where the first image depicts a fibromuscular dysplacia of the renal artery with stenosis of its lumen and a balloon catheter has been introduced and put in place. The second image shows inflation of the balloon, the third image shows a small tear of the renal artery and the fourth image shows dissection of the renal artery and ischemic infarction of the inferior pole of the kidney.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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