By Li-Jen Wang
This e-book provides a wealth of pictures of different illnesses and prerequisites encountered within the box of uroradiology with the purpose of permitting the reader to acknowledge lesions, to interpret them correctly and to make right diagnoses. the photographs were chosen simply because they depict normal or vintage findings and supply a path to lesion attractiveness that's better to memorization of descriptions. The imaging modalities represented contain CT, CT angiography, CT urography, MRI, MRA, MRU, diffusion-weighted MRI and ADC mapping, dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI, sonography, traditional angiography, excretory urography, retrograde pyelography, cystography, urethrography and voiding cystourethrography. for every depicted case, very important imaging positive aspects are highlighted and key issues pointed out briefly accompanying descriptions. Readers will locate that the publication presents first-class counsel within the choice of imaging modalities and allows prognosis. will probably be an excellent prepared resource of knowledge on key imaging positive aspects of urinary tract ailments for clinical scholars, citizens, fellows and physicians dealing with those ailments.
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9 1. Hydronephrosis on EU or RP Malrotation of the renal pelvis could result in a falsepositive diagnosis of hydronephrosis on EU or RP because an anterior located renal pelvis has a prominent size on the scene by its end-on projection. Nonetheless, careful assessment of the relationships between the renal calyces and the renal pelvis as well as the locations of the UPJ and proximal ureter could help their differentiation. Furthermore, hydronephrosis is usually accompanied with hydrocalicosis which is not found in a kidney having the axis malrotation.
7 Duplex Kidney Normal Variant and Congenital Anomalies Case 11 Case 10 Fig. 19 Fig. 20 Fig. 18 Excretory urography (EU) of a child shows left duplex kidney. 18, EU shows hydrocalicosis of the left renal upper collecting system (arrow), which is completely separated from the left renal lower collecting system (white arrowhead). Note the normal appearance of the left ureter (black arrowheads) draining the left renal lower collecting system. On the other hand, the ureter draining the left renal upper collecting system is not opacified.
On the other hand, the ureter draining the left renal upper collecting system is not opacified. Excretory urography (EU) studies show different appearances of a child with duplex kidney. 19, EU shows two separate collecting systems of the right kidney. There is dilatation of the upper collecting system (arrow) with decreased corresponding parenchymal thickness (black arrowhead) of the right kidney. Note the upper and lower collecting systems of the right kidney join at the ureteropelvic junction, as bifid renal pelvis.
Key Diagnostic Features in Uroradiology: A Case-Based Guide by Li-Jen Wang