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Figure 2: A 24 yr old hypertensive female patient with chronic kidney disease and aortoarteritis. Non-contrast magnetic resonance angiography of ArTery and VEins 3D True fast imaging with steady-state precession reformatted coronal magnetic resonance angiography images (A) 90-95 per cent stenosis with wall thickening in right main renal artery (arrow) and 80-90 per cent stenosis in right accessory renal artery (arrowhead). (B) Irregularity of aorta with wall thickening (arrow) and normal left renal artery (arrowhead).

Figure 2: A 24 yr old hypertensive female patient with chronic kidney disease and aortoarteritis. Non-contrast magnetic resonance angiography of ArTery and VEins 3D True fast imaging with steady-state precession reformatted coronal magnetic resonance angiography images (<b>A</b>) 90-95 per cent stenosis with wall thickening in right main renal artery (arrow) and 80-90 per cent stenosis in right accessory renal artery (arrowhead). (<b>B</b>) Irregularity of aorta with wall thickening (arrow) and normal left renal artery (arrowhead).