cystogram


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Related to cystogram: cystoscopy, Micturating Cystogram

cystogram

 [sis´to-gram]
the film obtained by cystography.
voiding cystogram a radiogram of the urinary tract made while the patient is urinating.

cys·to·gram

(sis'tō-gram),
Radiographic demonstration of the bladder filled with contrast medium.

cystogram

/cys·to·gram/ (sis´to-gram) a radiograph of the bladder.

cystogram

[sis′təgram′]
Etymology: Gk, kystis + gramma, record
a radiograph produced by cystography.

cys·to·gram

(sis'tō-gram)
Radiographic demonstration of the bladder filled with contrast medium

cystogram

See MICTURATING CYSTOGRAM.

cystogram

the film obtained by cystography.

micturating cystogram
see voiding cystogram (below).
retrograde cystogram
a radiograph made while the bladder is being filled with contrast agent from the urethra.
voiding cystogram
a radiograph of the urinary tract made while the animal is urinating. Called also micturating cystogram.
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Four patients (50%) had evidence of reflux on cystogram, and Fogarty catheters were used to provide ureteral orifice occlusion with verification on repeat cystogram prior to formalin instillation (Table 3).
Per-urethral catheter was removed on 21st postoperative day after having cystogram done to exclude failure of the surgery.
A cystogram 48 hours after the initial injury demonstrated a leak from the bladder and elevated fluid creatinine from the surgical drains confirmed the diagnosis of a urine leak (Figure 2).
However, in group C, cystogram showed almost normal shape of urinary bladder.
Results of a cystogram performed 2 weeks after surgery were normal and the patient was then started on leuprolide injectable.
The cystogram may be useful to exclude a coexistent vesicovaginal fistula.
A voiding cystogram should be performed in patients whom a bladder hernia is suspected from the history.
The next step is referral for a bladder X-ray, a cystogram and EMG to trace the muscular contractions in the wall and exit valve by a bladder specialist.
Intravenous urography findings were also noted at different phases of intravenous urography, kidney and urinary bladder and cystogram.
A repeat cystogram and urine culture at three months showed that the bladder had healed completely without any contrast extravasation and there was no more urinary infection.