Case Author(s): Rusty Roberts, M.D. and Tom R. Miller, M.D., Ph.D. , 9/24/05 . Rating: #D2, #Q3

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Brief history:

An 18-year-old man who sustained a right flank gunshot wound which traversed his abdomen and lodged in his left flank one week prior to this examination. He currently has a left lower quadrant Jackson-Pratt drain which has an elevated creatinine of 10.3mg/dL. He has had normal urine output by Foley catheter.


Posterior angiographic phase

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