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Figure 3: Small accessory left renal artery in a 49-year-old man. Coronal maximum-intensityprojection image obtained from three-dimensional spoiled gradient-echo gadolinium-enhanced MR angiogram (TR/TE, 5.0/2.0; flip angle, 20°) shows normal renal arteries bilaterally with an accessory left renal artery (arrow) arising from the aorta.

Figure 3: Small accessory left renal artery in a 49-year-old man. Coronal maximum-intensityprojection image obtained from three-dimensional spoiled gradient-echo gadolinium-enhanced MR angiogram (TR/TE, 5.0/2.0; flip angle, 20°) shows normal renal arteries bilaterally with an accessory left renal artery (arrow) arising from the aorta.