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Acute renal artery embolism treated with a cardiac thrombectomy catheter
  1. C Critoph,
  2. J Radvan,
  3. D Shepherd

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Renal artery embolism (RAE) is an uncommon but important cause of renal function loss in patients with valvular or aneurysmal cardiac disease, arrythmia or aortic atherosclerosis. Clinical diagnosis is often difficult and further invasive tests are required. Traditionally RAE …

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