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Figure 12: Delayed phase of intravenous urogram with a non-functional (L) kidney opacified retrogradely: Developing lobar caseation in the U/3 of the (L) kidney (black arrowheads). Note assimilation of the dilated calyces into the renal parenchyma. Ragged hydrocalicosis(indicative of marked urothelial thickening) noted in the lower half of the (L) kidney (arrows). Parenchymal demarcation is still clear adjacent to the same (dotted line represents the non-visualized left renal outline). (R) renal papillary necrosis is also seen (circled area) and so are calcified (L) paraspinal lymph nodes (white arrowheads)

Figure 12: Delayed phase of intravenous urogram with a non-functional (L) kidney opacified retrogradely: Developing lobar caseation in the U/3 of the (L) kidney (black arrowheads). Note assimilation of the dilated calyces into the renal parenchyma. Ragged hydrocalicosis(indicative of marked urothelial thickening) noted in the lower half of the (L) kidney (arrows). Parenchymal demarcation is still clear adjacent to the same (dotted line represents the non-visualized left renal outline). (R) renal papillary necrosis is also seen (circled area) and so are calcified (L) paraspinal lymph nodes (white arrowheads)