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 CT urogram showed contrast uptake with renal parenchyma in the 'cyst'.
Materials and Methods: Over a period of 2 months, case records of all patients referred to the radiology department for intravenous urography were retrospectively analysed for their indications for referral and the findings of the urogram and variations in the pelvi-calyceal system.
In many radiology departments, intravenous urograms and barium enemas have disappeared from the general diagnostic division and reemerged as CT procedures.
A 24-h urinary calcium measurement and excretory urograms often are helpful for characterizing patients with PTH-mediated hypercalcemia.
A comparative study by Gavant, Ellis and Kleges[14] suggests that using smaller doses of higher iodine concentration levels will produce equivalent diagnostic films for excretory urograms.
Contrast media is a solution used to enhance x-rays, CAT scans, urograms, angiography, myelography, and intravenous pyelograms.