From the case: Renal vein thrombosis

MRI
Markedly swollen,...
Coronal T2
Markedly swollen, enlarged right kidney, with hypointense parenchymal signal, loss of corticomedullary differentiation and pericapsular heterogeneity.
Modality: MRI (T2)

- “ MRI may help in diagnosis of renal vein thrombosis as creatinine is frequently elevated precluding the contrast enhanced venogram many times. ”

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  • Renal vein thrombosis - “ Renal vein thrombosis can be either from "bland" thrombus or tumour thrombus (extension of tumor into the vein). There are numerous aetiologies fo...”

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