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Table 2 Image techniques performed during the hospital stay

From: Bilateral renal ischemia after kyphoplasty and clodronate treatment: a case report

Instrumental exam Results
Thorax X-rays No pathological tissue signs and pleural effusion. Normal volume of heart.
echocardiography Left ventricle is normal (ejection fraction = 60%). It shows a low left atrial dilatation with aortic and mitral insufficiency. There is no pericardial effusion.
Abdomen ultrasound The abdominal organs are normally. There is no artery disease; in fact, the hepatic, kidney and spleen flow and peripheral resistance are physiologic.
Thorax abdomen pelvic computed tomography (CT) scans The organs are normal.
Left kidney: reduction of the extension of previous necrosis area.
Right kidney: new ischemic area at the inferior tip.