Spontaneous perirenal haemorrhage is a rare but potentially life-threatening condition and requires urgent management. Diagnosis is based on clinical assessment combined with radiological investigations, as reported by Belville et al. (Radiology 172:733, 1989) and Zagoria et al. (J Urol 145:468, 1991). Reported is a case of spontaneous perirenal haemorrhage diagnosed on computed tomography scan and then successfully embolized using coils.
- Spontaneous renal haemorrhage