Nutcracker syndrome: Anatomo-radiological study of the left renal vein and of the positioning of the left kidney versus a control group

      Nutcracker syndrome (NCS) was described in 1950 and may be invalidating, with a physiopathology remaining discussed. The aim of this study was to analyze various anatomical and morphological criteria which might qualify the positioning of the left kidney in patients presenting a symptomatic NCS and compare them with a control population.
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