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Figure 1 (A-C): (A) Catheter angiogram of left renal artery shows early branching pattern of the left renal artery and a capsular artery (arrow) arising from the superior division, coursing around the superior pole, and lateral aspect of the kidney. No obvious intra-renal and extra-renal abnormality is seen. (B) Computed tomography angiography axial arterial phase image shows small pseudoaneurysm in the lower pole of left kidney (arrow). (C) Computed tomography angiography axial venous phase image shows small area of contrast extravasation in the posterior pararenal space lateral to lower pole of left kidney (arrow)

Figure 1 (A-C): (A) Catheter angiogram of left renal artery shows early branching pattern of the left renal artery and a capsular artery (arrow) arising from the superior division, coursing around the superior pole, and lateral aspect of the kidney. No obvious intra-renal and extra-renal abnormality is seen. (B) Computed tomography angiography axial arterial phase image shows small pseudoaneurysm in the lower pole of left kidney (arrow). (C) Computed tomography angiography axial venous phase image shows small area of contrast extravasation in the posterior pararenal space lateral to lower pole of left kidney (arrow)