What is Left renal vein transposition?

Category: Surgeries


Left renal vein transposition is a common treatment for left renal vein entrapment, or Nutcracker Syndrome. It is a surgery where the left renal vein is relocated to a different location of the vena cava that will not cause compression or obstruction.

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