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Figure 2: A 47-year-old female underwent transvaginal repair for vesicovaginal fistula acquired after a hysterectomy. (a) Axial section of the plain computed tomography scan of kidney, ureter, and bladder region shows persistent subcapsular curvilinear crescentic contrast extravasation (vertical hollow white arrow) around the right kidney. (b) The coronal section shows right perinephric stranding (asterisk) and intact ureteric continuity (horizontal hollow white arrow).

Figure 2: A 47-year-old female underwent transvaginal repair for vesicovaginal fistula acquired after a hysterectomy. (a) Axial section of the plain computed tomography scan of kidney, ureter, and bladder region shows persistent subcapsular curvilinear crescentic contrast extravasation (vertical hollow white arrow) around the right kidney. (b) The coronal section shows right perinephric stranding (asterisk) and intact ureteric continuity (horizontal hollow white arrow).