Gutman, Emil; Suk Soon Lee
February 1973
Angiology;Feb1973, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p75
Academic Journal
Understanding of the significance of the naked calyx sign is important to avoid an error in diagnosis. Aortography or repeated selective supernumerary renal arteriography is advised for complete renal angiography when a naked calyx sign is present. We expect to see it more often in hypertensive patients with careful aortography.


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