nephrostogram

ne·phros·to·gram

(ne-fros'tō-gram),
A radiograph of the kidney after opacification of the renal pelvis by injecting a contrast agent through a nephrostomy tube.
[nephrostomy + G. gramma, writing]

ne·phros·to·gram

(ne-fros'tō-gram)
A radiograph of the kidney after opacification of the renal pelvis by injecting a contrast agent through a nephrostomy tube.
[nephrostomy + G. gramma, writing]
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The catheter may be opened to straight drainage if a urine leak develops and access allows for a postoperative nephrostogram, if indicated.
After removing the impacted stone, we confirmed the patency of the ureteropelvic junction with antegrade nephrostogram.
A: Right nephrostogram showed a distal ureteral defect associated with a large defect in the bladder and a diverticulum B: Fungus ball relief demonstrated a white soft tissue.
Six weeks after the crizotinib treatment, a repeat nephrostogram showed unobstructed uereters (Fig.
A percutaneous left-sided nephrostomy was inserted to relieve the obstruction; however a follow-up nephrostogram (Fig.
Antegrade nephrostogram demonstrated dilatation and distortion of the obstructed collecting system with pan-ureteral strictures (Fig.
After prepping and draping the flank and suprapubic areas, a nephrostogram was performed to ensure access to the lower calyx, through already established nephrostomy tracts.
An antegrade nephrostogram confirmed an obstructing upper ureteric lesion and endoscopic biopsies were taken with a biopsy probe and basket.
It was elected not to initiate any other treatment, but to perform serial nephrostograms at follow-up visits.