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Click 64 year old male with an iatrogenic left urinothorax. Renal ultrasound scans showing bilateral moderate hydronephrosis secondary to bilateral ureteric obstruction by prostate cancer at bladder trigone. (Transabdominal scan using a 2-5MHz curvilinear probe).

Click 64 year old male with an iatrogenic left urinothorax. Bilateral nephrostograms at initial nephrostomy placement with 8Fr Navarre nephrostomy tubes (patient prone). Note bilateral moderate hydroureteronephrosis and superior calyceal puncture on left. The puncture on the right is lower. Fluoroscopic images were obtained after the percutaneous injection of non-ionic water-soluble contrast material through the nephrostomy catheters.

Click 64 year old male with an iatrogenic left urinothorax. Non-contrast CT images showing the reno-pleural fistula. The track can be seen both in the retoperitoneum and in the thoracic cavity. (Protocol: Phillips Brilliance 64 slice CT scanner, 2 mm slice thickness, no intravenous, or oral contrast).

Click 64 year old male with an iatrogenic left urinothorax. Coronal reformatted non-contrast CT images showing the reno-pleural fistula. The track can be seen both in the retoperitoneum and in the thoracic cavity. (Protocol: Phillips Brilliance 64 slice CT scanner, 2 mm slice thickness, no intravenous, or oral contrast).