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Congenital hypertension due to unilateral renal vein thrombosis.
  1. D J Evans,
  2. M Silverman,
  3. N B Bowley

    Abstract

    A boy was found on the day of birth to have hypertension and radiological evidence of calcification of the left renal vein. Persistent hypokalaemia and hyper-reninaemia in the presence of a small left kidney and normal right kidney led to the decision to perform a left nephrectomy. The biopsied specimen showed old calcified renal vein thrombosis with accompanying medullary necrosis. Postoperatively hypertension resolved.

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