A 34-year-old male has a known left atrophic kidney. He has been suffering from recurrent bouts of prostatitis and ejaculatory pain radiating to his left flank. An MRI was obtained to evaluate the patient’s anatomy.
Igor Sorokin, MD
A 75-year-old male with a long history of nephrolithiasis has been suffering with recurrent urinary tract infections and debilitating dysuria. After obtaining urine from the left renal pelvis, which appeared clear, a retrograde pyelogram is performed. What is your next step?
A 42-year-old female undergoes right percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) for a complete staghorn calculus. As a routine after PCNL, a chest-x-ray was obtained using fluoroscopy. What abnormality is seen?
A 46-year-old male underwent a left laparoscopic radical nephrectomy for a cT1b renal cell carcinoma. Intra-operatively, a rent in the descending mesocolon was made during bowel mobilization but was not closed. Subsequently, the patient presented to the emergency room 4 days later with complaints of sudden onset sharp abdominal pain and nausea. A non-contrast computed tomography scan was obtained. What is the diagnosis?
During a robot-assisted laparoscopic radical prostatectomy case, you notice a large defect medial to the inferior epigastric artery on the right side after taking down the bladder. Similar defect is noted on the left side.