What are the five segmental arteries of the kidney?
Superior, inferior, posterior and anterior (divided into anteroinferior and anterosuperior)
- Avulsion of the three main right renal arteries with active bleeding, a large pararenal haematoma and absent right renal perfusion.
- Superior segmental vascular injury to the left kidney without evidence of active bleeding.
- Right adrenal haematoma.
- Right haemopneumothorax with extensive displaced right rib fractures (1,3-12) and a right intercostal chest tube which is surrounded by lung parenchyma. This finding may be due to lung folding around the drain in the pleural space or possibly the drain is intra parenchymal.
- Rupture of the right postero-lateral abdominal wall.
- Right intertrochanteric femoral fracture.