Case Report

Calyceal Diverticulum Report of 31 Cases with Reference to Associated Anomalies

Authors: DOUGLAS E. JOHNSON Captain, USAF, MC

Abstract

The author believes this lesion to be an isolated finding of little significance and certainly not unusually accompanied by congenital anomalies. He did not report upon atypical vascular patterns to account for the lesion. Increasingly, renal angiography is revealing an interlobar artery adjacent to the neck of the calyx.

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