ureterography

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ureterography

 [u-re″ter-og´rah-fe]
radiograph of the ureter, after injection of a contrast medium.

u·re·ter·og·ra·phy

(yū-rē'tĕr-og'ră-fē),
Radiography of the ureter after the direct injection of contrast medium.
[uretero- + G. graphē, a writing]

ureterography

/ure·ter·og·ra·phy/ (u-re″ter-og´rah-fe) radiography of the ureter after injection of a contrast medium.

ureterography

[yoo͡rē′tərog′rəfē]
Etymology: Gk, oureter + graphein, to record
the radiological imaging of a ureter, usually conducted as part of an examination of the urinary tract. The examination may involve injection of a radiopaque medium through a urinary catheter with the aid of a ureterocystoscope (the ascending method), or by IV injection of a contrast medium that permits the filtering of the substance through the kidneys (the descending method) to the ureters.

ureterography

radiography of the ureter, after injection of a contrast medium.

antegrade ureterography
the contrast medium is injected through a catheter placed percutaneously into renal parenchyma and into the pelvis or ureter.