urethrography


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urethrography

 [u″re-throg´rah-fe]
radiography of the urethra.

u·re·throg·ra·phy

(yū'rē-throg'ră-fē),
Contrast radiography of the male or female urethra, by retrograde injection or during voiding of contrast medium in the bladder (cystourethrogram).
[urethra + G. graphō, to write]

urethrography

/ure·throg·ra·phy/ (u″re-throg´rah-fe) radiography of the urethra.

urethrography

[yoo͡r′ēthrog′rəfē]
the radiographic examination of the urethra after the injection of a radiopaque contrast medium into the urethra, usually through a catheter. The procedure may be performed as a part of a radiographic examination of the lower urinary tract.

urethrography

radiography of the urethra.

prostatic urethrography
the contrast material is delivered by catheter to the area of the prostate.
retrograde urethrography
the contrast medium is injected into the terminal part of the urethra which has been occluded by a Foley catheter.
voiding urethrography
contrast medium is injected into the urinary bladder and radiographs are taken as it is forced into the urethra.
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Voiding urethrography of distal urethra shows ballooning of contrast within foreskin caused by stenosis of its distal opening.
Results: Retrograde urethrography showed 100% sensitivity, 97.
Syringoceles were visualized by ultrasound (US) at the anatomic region of Cowper's gland in some cases [4, 10, 11]; however, whenever US results are questionable, retrograde urethrography should be done, which confirms the diagnosis [12].
Retrograde urethrography showed that the length of the narrow segment of the bulbous urethra and distal urethra was 1.
The main diagnostic imaging procedures include voiding cystourethrography intravenous pyelography ultrasonography (USG) retrograde urethrography and MRI.
The most commonly used methods to characterize the lesions preoperatively are antegrade cystourethrography and retrograde urethrography.
Retrograde and/or prograde urethrography and flexible or rigid urethrocystoscopy was performed in patients when the F18 catheter could not be passed.
They detail how to perform and interpret all types of procedures for each part of the gastrointestinal and genitourinary tracts, including the modified barium swallow, videoflouroscopic pharyngography, double and single-contrast esophagography and upper GI exams, small bowel follow throughs, enteroclysis, double and single-contrast barium enemas, evacuation proctography, and all types of postoperative GI studies, as well as retrograde urethrography, voiding cystography, and retrograde pyeloureterography.
Dynamic retrograde urethrography was requested as a part of routine urological evaluation, which revealed complete duplication of the penile and bulbous urethra (Figures 1 and 2).
Historically, double balloon positive pressure urethrography and voiding cystourethrogram were the diagnostic studies of choice.