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Figure 2: (a) Right renal arteriogram from the left brachial artery using a 5 Fr C2 cobra catheter with manual injection of 8 cc of 50% diluted contrast. It shows the dilated feeding artery, a direct communication between the segmental feeding artery and venous sac (arrow), and faint filling of an aneurysmal venous sac. The renal parenchyma is poorly seen due to the high-flow arteriovenous fistula. (b) After placement of a 6 Fr occlusion balloon catheter (6 Fr Cello, Medtronic) in the feeding artery, 2 mL of 95% n-BCA (arrow) was injected via a microcatheter. (c) After deflation of the balloon following an injection of glue in the feeding artery, renal digital subtraction angiography showinf sluggish blood flow around the n-BCA cast (arrow). (d) After embolization of the feeding artery with two 0.035-inch interlock coils and precipitating hydrophobic injectable liquid into the coils interstices, completion renal angiogram showing occlusion of the feeding artery and good filling of the upper and mid poles of the kidney. The lower pole of the kidney is supplied by an accessory renal artery (not shown). (e) Nonsubtracted image post embolization showed the precipitating hydrophobic injectable liquid embolization material into the interstices of the coil mass as well as stasis of contrast in the aneurysmal sac (arrow) of the draining vein

Figure 2: (a) Right renal arteriogram from the left brachial artery using a 5 Fr C2 cobra catheter with manual injection of 8 cc of 50% diluted contrast. It shows the dilated feeding artery, a direct communication between the segmental feeding artery and venous sac (arrow), and faint filling of an aneurysmal venous sac. The renal parenchyma is poorly seen due to the high-flow arteriovenous fistula. (b) After placement of a 6 Fr occlusion balloon catheter (6 Fr Cello, Medtronic) in the feeding artery, 2 mL of 95% n-BCA (arrow) was injected via a microcatheter. (c) After deflation of the balloon following an injection of glue in the feeding artery, renal digital subtraction angiography showinf sluggish blood flow around the n-BCA cast (arrow). (d) After embolization of the feeding artery with two 0.035-inch interlock coils and precipitating hydrophobic injectable liquid into the coils interstices, completion renal angiogram showing occlusion of the feeding artery and good filling of the upper and mid poles of the kidney. The lower pole of the kidney is supplied by an accessory renal artery (not shown). (e) Nonsubtracted image post embolization showed the precipitating hydrophobic injectable liquid embolization material into the interstices of the coil mass as well as stasis of contrast in the aneurysmal sac (arrow) of the draining vein