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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

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

ur·o·gram

(yūr'ō-gram)
The radiographic record obtained by urography.
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Intravenous urogram and DTPA Scan were performed for each patient.
When this is equivocal an IVU is performed and urine culture sensitivity is done.Success is defined as no or minimal hold-up on DTPA renogram improving renal function and decreasing dilatation on successive intravenous urogram.
As such, a CT urogram was performed to clarify the nature of this cystic structure.
Ultrasonography, an intravenous urogram, retrograde pyelogram, and computerized tomography aided in diagnosing the presence of a renocolic fistula.
To identify the cause of hematuria, your doctor may order various tests, such as urinalysis, blood tests, ultrasound, intravenous pyelogram or CT urogram, or may examine your bladder with a cystoscope.
Then investigations including CTKUB, CT- Abdomen, Urogram, Transrectal Ultrasound of prostate and seminal vesicles, Flexible Cystoscopy were done and no abnormalities noted.
The development of both better imaging techniques, including computed tomography urogram or magnetic resonance urogram, and endoscopic instruments, such as flexible and digital ureteroscopes, improved the ability to identify and characterize malignancies.
Ileal conduit strictures can be investigated through three means: computed topography urogram, loopogram and looposcopy.
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In this study, the other examinations performed included postnasal space (PNS), skull, thoracic, thoracic lumbar, cervical spine, abdomen and intravenous urogram (IVU).
Diagnostic Typical Effective Number of Time Period Procedure Dose (mSv) (1) Chest for Equivalent X-rays (PA Effective film) for Dose from Equivalent Natural Effective Background Dose (2) Radiation (3) Chest X-ray (PA film) 0.02 1 2.4 days Skull X-ray 0.07 4 8.5 days Lumbar spine 1.3 65 158 days IV urogram 2.5 125 304 days Upper GI exam 3.0 150 1.0 year Barium enema 7.0 350 2.3 years CT scan (head) 2.0 100 243 days CT scan (abdomen) 10.0 500 3.3 years (1.) Effective dose in millisieverts (mSv).