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Anatomic Variations Of The Renal Arteries From A Local Study Population Using 3D Computed Tomography Angiography Reconstruction Images From A Reference Hospital In Cali, Colombia | 45272
ISSN: 2161-0681

Journal of Clinical & Experimental Pathology
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Anatomic variations of the renal arteries from a local study population using 3D computed tomography angiography reconstruction images from a reference hospital in Cali, Colombia

6th European Pathology Congress

Juan S Calle Toro, Gabriel Prada, Sara Yukie Rodriguez Takeuchi, Robinson Pachecho, Gloria Baena and Ana M Granados

Universidad ICESI, Colombia

Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Clin Exp Pathol

DOI: 10.4172/2161-0681.C1.023

Abstract
Purpose: With the advances in the new image techniques and 3D modeling, angiography computed tomography (A-CT) has become a very useful image for studying vessels. Renal artery (RA) variations are common and have a clinical relevance in pre-operative planning. There are several descriptive studies made in high income countries, but there are not many in middle and low income countries. Our objective was to describe prevalence of RA variations in a study population in Cali, Colombia. Methods: A database was made from a selection of A-CT 3D images from January 1, 2012 to September 30, 2014, from which the RA could be visualized. Patients below 18 years of age were excluded, also with no 3D A-CT, or not of Colombian nationality. Frequencies, percentages were calculated using Microsoft Excel. Results: A total of 560 patients were selected, of which 296 fulfilled all criteria. The most common causes of performing the A-CT were pathologies of the Aorta. Variations of the RA were present in 52% of the patients, 54% were man, 77% had unilateral variation and 33% had bilateral variations, 58% in the right side. The two most common variations were extra Renal arteries (hiliar and polar) seen in 70% of the patients.
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