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- Spontaneous renal artery dissection
- renal infarction
- abdomen-non trauma
- cardiac care
A normotensive 51-year-old woman was presented with mild epigastralgia and followed by a sudden onset of left flank pain and nausea. She had a history of uterine myoma and herniated intervertebral disc. Physical examinations showed hypertension (187/81 mm Hg) and left costovertebral angle tenderness. Laboratory data demonstrated mild …
Funding This work was supported by The Ta-Tung Kidney Foundation and Mrs. Hsiu-Chin Lee Kidney Research Fund.
Competing interests None.
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