Renal tuberculosis with autonephrectomy
Vague abdominal symptoms for investigation
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There is dystrophic calcification involving the entire left kidney and punctate calcifications scattered throughout the spleen and liver.
This case demonstrates the typical appearances of multiorgan chronic tuberculosis within the abdomen. Most striking is the dystrophic calcification of the entire left kidney ("putty kidney") which is in keeping with with tuberculous autonephrectomy. There are also multiple tuberculous granulomas throughout the spleen and liver.