- •Intra-procedural pelvicaliceal hematoma formation occurred in 21% of PCN insertions.
- •There was a very low incidence of clinically significant blood loss, catheter obstruction, or delayed return to baseline renal function in patients with intra-procedural pelvicaliceal hematomas.
- •The results suggest that intra-procedural pelvicaliceal hematoma formation is a relatively benign and self-limited phenomenon.
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