Ultrasonographic Features of Kidney Transplants and Their Complications: An Imaging Review
(a to c) Ultrasonographic images of a large peritransplant fluid collection 1 month after surgery, which begins from the lower part of the kidney and continues inferiorly to the scrotum. In contrast to the major part of the collection in the abdomen, which is completely anechoic, its extension in the scrotum has multiple thick septations. After ultrasonographically guided drainage the collection proved to be a lymphocele.
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