Emergency renal artery stenting in acute anuric renal failure in children with Takayasu's arteritis

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We report on emergency percutaneous renal artery stenting in two children who developed acute anuria due to bilateral renal artery stenosis and near-total occlusion. In both children, urine output could be reestablished following the procedure. One patient died from persistent severe cardiac failure. Emergency stenting is feasible, and may buy time for future procedures. © 2013, Cardiological Society of India. All rights reserved.

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Koneti, N. R., Mahajan, N., Bakhru, S., Verma, S., & Kathare, P. (2013). Emergency renal artery stenting in acute anuric renal failure in children with Takayasu’s arteritis. Indian Heart Journal, 65(5), 600–602. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ihj.2013.08.018

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