Spotted nephrogram

A spotted nephrogram refers to non homogenous, irregular, patchy renal parenchymal enhancement seen predominantly on angiograms.

Pathology

It is considered to be due to focal areas of cortical ischaemia or necrosis seen as a result of small vessel occlusion. This abnormal perfusion pattern can be seen on angiograms as well as post contrast CT and MR imaging.

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Article Information

rID: 25543
System: Urogenital
Section: Pathology
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Spotted nephrogram pattern

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