urography

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urography

[yə′räg·rə·fē]
(medicine)
Radiography of any portion of the urinary tract; most often follows the intravenous administration of iodinated contrast material.
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A triphasic computed tomography (CT) urogram did not demonstrate any evidence of upper tract lesions.
4) Diagnostics include intravenous urogram (IVU) and computer tomography (CT).
Intravenous urogram showed a distal right ureteric calculus.
Axial imaging in the form of a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with a MR urogram was done, which revealed a 2-cm hypointense segment on a T2 weighted image, at the mid-ureter (Fig.
A host of radiologic studies can show bladder calculi, including CT, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, and intravenous urogram, but contrast-enhanced CT is the test of choice because of its remarkable sensitivity in detecting urinary tract stones, including those composed of uric acid.
Secondary evidence of a mullerian duct cyst can be noted on a voiding cystourethrogram or an intravenous urogram, manifesting as an impression along the posterior wall of the bladder.
10 Radiologic Studies with Intravascular Iodinated Contrast Materials Intravascular contrast studies with iodinated materials (for example, intravenous urogram, intravenous cholangiography, angiography, and computed tomography (CT) scans with intravascular contrast materials) can lead to acute alteration of renal function and have been associated with lactic acidosis in patients receiving metformin (see Contraindications (4)).
However, 1 patient requiring a computed tomography urogram to assess a urine leak on initial admission and as such was classified as a MCS 3.
3] Current guidelines suggest that urinalysis with microscopy and urine cytology be the initial workup, followed by cystoscopy and triphasic CT urogram under the guidance of a urologist.
2: A magnetic resonance urogram reconstruction of the pelvis demonstrating relationship of the large obstructing pelvic cysts to the ureters and kidneys.
Women suspected of having a complicated UTI (Table 2) without knowledge of a specific abnormality (Table 1) should receive a CT urogram or abdominopelvic ultrasound +/− abdominal x-ray.