Renal artery mycotic pseudoaneurysms are uncommon complications of bacterial endocarditis and bacteremia. Complications include hemorrhage and refractory bacteremia, and prompt diagnosis can lead to appropriate treatment. Reported is a case where multi-detector computed tomography angiography led to the correct diagnosis.
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Sliker, C.W. Renal artery mycotic pseudoaneurysm: diagnosis with multi-detector computed tomographic angiography. Emerg Radiol 11, 250–251 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10140-004-0392-x
- Mycotic aneurysm
- Computed tomography