IVU


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IVU

Abbreviation for intravenous urogram; preferred to IVP. See: intravenous urography.

IVU

Abbrev. for intravenous UROGRAPHY. This is the same as IVP.
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La edad promedio presentada por las gestantes fue de 22,49 anos, Figura1, donde se observa el claro efecto de la edad en la aparicion de IVU. El promedio de peso de los recien nacidos hijos de las pacientes estudiadas fue de 3159 gramos, encontrandose por fuera de los valores normales un peso de 5300 gramos y un peso de 1900 gramosindicativo de macrosomia fetal y de bajo peso al nacer respectivamente, complicacion frecuentemente encontrada en pacientes que presentan infeccion de laslas vias urinarias en el embarazo.
The clinical investigation reported in this article assessed kidney location retrospectively on CT scans rather than on IVU examinations.
All patients with proven ureterolithiasis on IVU reporting to the radiology department and giving written informed consent were included in the study.
The seller of the equity stake is the charitable foundation Gerlind & Ernst Denert-Stiftung, established by IVU's earlier CEO, Prof.
La infeccion de las vias urinarias (IVU) es una causa importante de morbilidad infantil (1) y constituye, ademas, en muchos casos, un indicador de alteraciones anatomicas urologicas y un factor de riesgo para el desarrollo de cicatrices renales, hipertension arterial e insuficiencia renal cronica (2).
"At a total value of $284,000, the project involved procuring quantities of medical equipment and consumables, in order to improve specialized services, treatment and IVU for cardiac patients," he added.
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).
Then 15 cases of staghorn calculi, 61 cases of multiple renal calculi (9 cases on bilateral sides) and 10 cases of unilateral renal calculi were confirmed through the urinary system color ultrasound, KUB, CTU and IVU examinations.
Intravenous urography (IVU) was the most recommended radiologic examination for the diagnosis of urinary tract abnormalities until the end of the 20th century [2, 3].
It was followed by ultrasound, x-Ray KUB, cystoscopy and IVU / CTU scan, as required.