Author(s): Thiago Litaiff Padilha, José Germano F. Arruda, Pedro Francisco F. Arruda, Marcio Gatti, Thiago da Silveira Antoniassi, José Maria Pereira de Godoy, Fernando Nestor Facio Junior, Ana Paula Bogdan, Luis Cesar Fava Spessoto
Renal infarction is an uncommon cause of acute abdomen thus the clinical diagnosis is difficult. With the advent of endovascular procedures, nephrectomy is increasingly less used as a treatment for kidney infarction. In this report, we present a patient with renal infarction who was submitted to surgery.
Renal infarction . Treatment . Surgery . Endovascular therapy
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