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urogram

 [u´ro-gram]
a film obtained by urography.

ur·o·gram

(yūr'ō-gram),
The radiographic record obtained by urography.

urogram

/uro·gram/ (u´ro-gram) a film obtained by urography.

urogram

(yo͝or′ə-grăm′)
n.
A radiograph of the urinary tract.

urogram

[yoo͡r′əgram′]
an x-ray film of the urinary tract, obtained by urography. See also pyelogram.

ur·o·gram

(yūr'ō-gram)
The radiographic record obtained by urography.

urogram

a radiograph obtained by urography.
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The Radio-nuclide stress renogram urine C/S and intravenous urogram / ultrasonography and renal function profile were used to record improvement in all of our patients.
7 It also helped confirm the nature of the cyst whereas intravenous urograms have been used in the past.
Depending on your particular symptoms and history, your health care professional may perform a cystoscopy, in which a tiny telescope is inserted through the urethra into the bladder; a biopsy, in which tissue is removed for evaluation; an intravenous pyelogram or a CT urogram, in which an x-ray is taken of the urinary tract enhanced with a radioactive dye; a urodynamic test, in which the bladder is filled with liquid and then emptied to measure function; or imaging using magnetic resonance imaging or computed tomography techniques.
29) With the advent of multislice CT detectors, a CT urogram can be completed in a short period of time and allows for detailed viewing of the upper and lower portions of the urinary system.
Depending on your particular symptoms and history, your health care professional may perform a cystoscopy, in which a view instrument is inserted through the urethra into the bladder; a biopsy, in which tissue is removed for evaluation; an intravenous pyelogram or a CT urogram, in which an x-ray is taken of the urinary tract enhanced with a radioactive dye; a urodynamic test, in which the bladder is filled with liquid and then emptied to measure function; imaging using magnetic resonance imaging or computed tomography techniques.
For further investigation of the differential diagnosis, more invasive diagnostic tests may need to be ordered such as: renal biopsy; renal ultrasound to assess renal size, echogenicity, and cortical thickness; plain abdominal film if nephrocalcinosis is suspected; intravenous urogram if obstruction/stones suspected; nuclear medicine scans such as MAG-3 renography for differential function; and DTPA scan for evidence of scarring (Dellow et al.
Intravenous urogram imaging showed a mass occupying half of the bladder capacity.
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Examples of such tests are intravenous pyelogram (IVP), urogram, angiography, and myelography.
An x-ray called a urogram lets the doctor see blockage in the urinary tract.
23 have demonstrated that in patients under 50 years of age who present with acute epididymitis, excretory urogram abnormalities are uncommon.
There were only two serious abnormalities noted, unilateral hydronephrosis and a calcified renal mass, and these were detected by the urogram.