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Figure 3: (a) volume rendering images for patient after 3 months showing a total occlusion of arteriovenous fistula. The lack of blood flow to the mid-pole of the kidney is due to the previous embolization of the arteriovenous fistula. Blood flow to the upper and lower poles are preserved. (b) Coronal image in the arterial phase of renal computed tomographic angiography showing opacification of the right renal vein (arrowhead) and thrombosed venous sac (arrow)

Figure 3: (a) volume rendering images for patient after 3 months showing a total occlusion of arteriovenous fistula. The lack of blood flow to the mid-pole of the kidney is due to the previous embolization of the arteriovenous fistula. Blood flow to the upper and lower poles are preserved. (b) Coronal image in the arterial phase of renal computed tomographic angiography showing opacification of the right renal vein (arrowhead) and thrombosed venous sac (arrow)