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Cortical necrosis may be associated with hypoxic insults such as perinatal anoxia, placental abruption, twin-twin transfusion, or twin-maternal transfusion.
Absence of perfusion to the kidneys in a neonate could be due to cortical necrosis, bilateral renal vein thrombosis, or (less likely) bilateral renal artery thrombosis.
Andreoli SP, "Acute Renal Failure in the Newborn" Semin Perinatol. 2004 Apr;28(2):112-23.
References and General Discussion of Renal Scintigraphy (Anatomic field:Genitourinary System, Category:Other generalized systemic disorder)
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