February 2013

Abnormal kidney after trauma

Clinical information

Trauma with a fall on the right flank and hematuria.

Ultrasound Images & Clips

Abnormal kidney after trauma

Longitudinal view with an abnormal right kidney with normal upperpole and abnormal lowerpole with a perirenal mass
Longitudinal view with an abnormal right kidney with normal upperpole and abnormal lowerpole with a perirenal mass
another longitudinal image
another longitudinal image
another longitudinal view
another longitudinal view
video longitudinal plane
video transverse plane dorsal approach
video
CT
CT late phase
Longitudinal image of the right kidney of a 22 year old motorcyclist who suffererd an accident
Longitudinal image of the right kidney of a 22 year old motorcyclist who suffererd an accident
Another longitudinal image of the same kidney
Another longitudinal image of the same kidney
Ct scan of the same patient
CT axial plane
Because the patient had rapid drop in Hb he underwent an emolisation procedure
Because the patient had rapid drop in Hb he underwent an emolisation procedure
Later phase shows spreading of the contrast outside the artery
Later phase shows spreading of the contrast outside the artery

Conclusion

Both patients had an almost identical looking renal rupture with a large perirenal hematoma The first patient was conservatively treated and did well without any intervention. The second patient underwent an embolisation treatment and did well afterwards.

Details

  • Sex: Male
  • Age: 15

Created with

  • Hitachi Ultrasound System