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Figure 1: (a) Color Doppler ultrasonography image of normal right kidney. (b) Color Doppler ultrasonography image of hypoechoic, enlarged left kidney with absent flow in left renal artery suggestive of thrombosis. (c and d) Coronal and axial views on plain computed tomography kidney ureter bladder showing enlarged right kidney with extensive perinephric fat stranding with thickening of Gerota's fascia suggestive of right pyelonephritis. (e and f) Axial and coronal views on computed tomography angiography showing enlarged left kidney, marked perinephric fat stranding, and no contrast filling seen in mid and distal segment of left renal artery with no contrast enhancement suggestive of left renal artery thrombosis with renal infarct

Figure 1: (a) Color Doppler ultrasonography image of normal right kidney. (b) Color Doppler ultrasonography image of hypoechoic, enlarged left kidney with absent flow in left renal artery suggestive of thrombosis. (c and d) Coronal and axial views on plain computed tomography kidney ureter bladder showing enlarged right kidney with extensive perinephric fat stranding with thickening of Gerota's fascia suggestive of right pyelonephritis. (e and f) Axial and coronal views on computed tomography angiography showing enlarged left kidney, marked perinephric fat stranding, and no contrast filling seen in mid and distal segment of left renal artery with no contrast enhancement suggestive of left renal artery thrombosis with renal infarct