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Figure 6 (A-C): (A) Intravenous urogram revealing lower infundibular (arrow) and renal pelvic scarring (curved arrow). Note areas of papillary necrosis in the circled area, (B) Intravenous urogram revealing papillary necrosis in the upper group of calyces, with irregularity of the calyceal margins and the lateral margin of the upper infundibulum (dotted circle), indicating spread of infection from the calyx to the infundibulum. (Healing forniceal papillary necrosis of non-tuberculosis origin noted in a lower calyx (arrow), (C) Intravenous urogram revealing multiple parenchymal cavities (black arrows) with areas of papillary necrosis (white arrow) in the upper group calyces, bilaterally. The (L) upper group (lateral division) calyceal outline is destroyed by adjacent granulomatous tissue (arrowheads)

Figure 6 (A-C): (A) Intravenous urogram revealing lower infundibular (arrow) and renal pelvic scarring (curved arrow). Note areas of papillary necrosis in the circled area, (B) Intravenous urogram revealing papillary necrosis in the upper group of calyces, with irregularity of the calyceal margins and the lateral margin of the upper infundibulum (dotted circle), indicating spread of infection from the calyx to the infundibulum. (Healing forniceal papillary necrosis of non-tuberculosis origin noted in a lower calyx (arrow), (C) Intravenous urogram revealing multiple parenchymal cavities (black arrows) with areas of papillary necrosis (white arrow) in the upper group calyces, bilaterally. The (L) upper group (lateral division) calyceal outline is destroyed by adjacent granulomatous tissue (arrowheads)