Yatzidis, Hippocrates; Psimenos, George; Oreopoulos, Demetrios; Pratsica, Calliope
November 1969
Angiology;Nov1969, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p580
Academic Journal
A case of renal bilateral subcapsular hematoma in a hypertensive young man is described. The hematoma successively developed in the two kidneys some days after an open needle biopsy of the right kidney. Several points in the present case are indicative of a spontaneous hematoma of undetermined etiology accidentally appearing after biopsy procedure.


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