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Table 1 Cases with hemorrhage after PKB caused by accessory renal artery injury

From: Massive hemorrhage after percutaneous kidney biopsy caused by renal artery malformation: a case report and literature review

Author (year) Basic conditions Initial clinical diagnosis Involved artery Origin of the injured artery Pathological diagnosis Treatment Prognosis
Age, years Gender Basic diseases
Harada et al. [8] Male 24 Obesity Obesity-related nephropathy Aberrant renal artery at the lower pole of the right kidney Aorta Benign nephrosclerosis with secondary focal segmental glomerulosclerosis Transarterial embolization Hemostasis and complete remission of proteinuria
Zhang et al. [9] Male 67 Hypertension Nephrotic syndrome Aberrant renal artery at the lower pole of the right kidney Not available AL-type renal amyloidosis Renal arteriography and vascular embolization Hemostasis
This case Male 35 HBsAg, Anti-HBe, and Anti-HBc positive Hepatitis B associated glomerulonephritis, suspected Aberrant renal artery at the lower pole of the right kidney Aorta IgA Nephrology Superselective renal artery embolization Hemostasis
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