intravenous pyelography

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Synonyms for intravenous pyelography

performing pyelography with intravenous injection of a contrast medium

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This grouping was necessary because of the different historical periods included in this study Colombia adopted the use of ultrasound beginning in the eighties; previously, excretory urography was the only available imaging resource for diagnosing hydronephrosis.
For a couple of decades, most series studied patients undergoing excretory urography using high-osmolarity contrast media (HOCM).
Diagnostic significance of excretory urography and ultrasonography in renal diseases.
Besides these special methods of investigations the common protein and albuminous fraction, urea in blood and urine excretion, diurnal urine excretion, creatinine clearance, USI (ultrasonics), intravenous excretory urography were defined.
Postoperative evaluation included clinical history, excretory urography (3 months postoperatively) and ultrasonography.
The excretory urography showed exclusion of the left kidney and a right megaureter.
Evaluation of transurethral cystoscopy and excretory urography for diagnosis of ectopic ureters in female dogs: 25 cases (1992-2000).
Descriptions of computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, myelography, and excretory urography are mentioned but do not go into great detail.
A comparison of noncontrast computerized tomography with excretory urography in the assessment of acute flank pain.
Diagnostic efficacy of excretory urography with low-dose nonionic contrast media.
CT is not as sensitive as excretory urography in the detection of early urothelial mucosal changes, but is useful in determining the extent of renal and extrarenal spread of infection.
Objective: The objective of this study was to compare the three methods of preparation for excretory urography with regards to image clarity: bowel preparation, together with dietary restriction, dietary restriction alone and no preparation at all.
In most of the cases diagnosis was made by diagnostic imagings such as excretory urography, retrograde urography or computed tomography (CT) and urinary cytology, as for other ureteral tumours, but no characteristic findings were encountered.
Determination of normal renal dimensions of adult Ethiopian patients as seen by excretory urography.