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Figure 2: Axial contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT) scan showing (a) calculus (black arrow) in left renal pelvis and peripheral fat-attenuating rim (white arrows). (b) The left kidney shows normal enhancement with enhancing periureteric soft tissue (white arrow) and contrast excretion (black arrow) into the calyces. (c) Zoomed-up axial CT images showing the proximal ureteric wall thickening, enhancement and periureteric stranding (white arrows)

Figure 2: Axial contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT) scan showing (a) calculus (black arrow) in left renal pelvis and peripheral fat-attenuating rim (white arrows). (b) The left kidney shows normal enhancement with enhancing periureteric soft tissue (white arrow) and contrast excretion (black arrow) into the calyces. (c) Zoomed-up axial CT images showing the proximal ureteric wall thickening, enhancement and periureteric stranding (white arrows)