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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The clearance of the stone was achieved in 1650(84%) patients (Figure-3and4) KUB and intravenous urography within 2-12 weeks of therapy.
* To study whether with a single investigation of CT Urography can assist in formulating the right management strategy in every patient of haematuria.
In terms of postoperative follow-up, EAU guidelines recommend endoscopy, cytology, and CT urography at 3 and 6 months, every 6 months for the following 2 years, and once a year thereafter for a total of at least 5 years (17).
MDCT urography is tailored to visualize calculi, renal parenchyma, and the urothelium.
Computed tomography urography and MRI urography have high sensitivity and specificity in detecting collecting system abnormalities in transplanted kidney, which occur in 3%-14% of cases.
Comparison of CT urography and excretory urography in the detection and localization of urothelial carcinoma of the upper urinary tract.
For patients who could not tolerate CT, intravenous urography or retrograde urography was undertaken.
The evaluation of urogenital conditions (including incontinence) in the pediatric population has traditionally included imaging techniques such as ultrasonography (US), intravenous urography (IVU), voiding cystourethrography (VCUG) and radionuclide scintigraphy (DMSA).
Spontaneous extravasation of contrast medium during intravenous urography: report of fourteen cases and a review of the literature.
At the 1 -year follow-up, the patient was evaluated with magnetic resonance urography (Figure 3).
Therefore, magnetic resonance urography was performed; this revealed a filling defect in the left proximal ureter (Figure 1), which was clinically and radiologically considered to be an urothelial carcinoma.
We recommend that patients with a history of surgery and symptoms suggestive of a ureteral injury be initially evaluated with CT urography that images the renal collecting system both as contrast dye is instilled and again several minutes later as it has progressed through the entire urinary tract.