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11/12. CT findings in postpartum renal cortical necrosis.

    A 34-year-old woman presented with postpartum renal cortical necrosis. Contrast-enhanced computerized tomography (CT) of her kidneys showed a narrow subcapsular band of increased density that was separated from the medulla by a distinct band of decreased density. This is analogous to the decreased cortical nephrogram seen on arteriography. The CT scan may be a useful, non-invasive diagnostic procedure in renal cortical necrosis.
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12/12. Case report: sonographic detection of renal transplant cortical calcification.

    Cortical calcification in a transplanted kidney was detected by high resolution ultrasound, not visible on plain abdominal radiography. Early recognition of these sonographic appearances should lead to a more accurate diagnosis and institution of appropriate treatment in patients with post-operative transplant dysfunction.
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