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Figure 1: (a) Diagnostic venogram showed an abnormal indentation at the aortomesenteric portion of left renal vein (white triangles) and slowing of contrast flow into more proximal portion of left renal vein (left kidney outline annotated by white dash line). (b) Venous pressure At IVC was 4mmHg and that at distal LRV was 9mmHg. Ther pressure gradient between LRV and IVC was thus 5mmHg. (c) Dynamic ultrasound performed at standing position showed narrowed aortomesenteric angle (13.8°, normal = 38°–65°) and (d) with deep inspiration showed normal aortomesenteric angle measuring 47.0°

Figure 1: (a) Diagnostic venogram showed an abnormal indentation at the aortomesenteric portion of left renal vein (white triangles) and slowing of contrast flow into more proximal portion of left renal vein (left kidney outline annotated by white dash line). (b) Venous pressure At IVC was 4mmHg and that at distal LRV was 9mmHg. Ther pressure gradient between LRV and IVC was thus 5mmHg. (c) Dynamic ultrasound performed at standing position showed narrowed aortomesenteric angle (13.8°, normal = 38°–65°) and (d) with deep inspiration showed normal aortomesenteric angle measuring 47.0°