By Seung Hyup Kim
Uroradiology is an updated, image-oriented reference within the form of a educating dossier that has been designed particularly to be of worth in medical perform. All points of the imaging of urologic illnesses are lined, and case stories illustrate the findings got with the correct imaging modalities in either universal and unusual stipulations. so much chapters specialize in a specific medical challenge, yet basic findings, congenital anomalies, and interventions also are mentioned and illustrated. during this moment variation, the diversity and caliber of the illustrations were more advantageous, and plenty of schematic drawings were further to assist readers memorize attribute imaging findings via trend attractiveness. The accompanying textual content is concise and informative. in addition to serving as a superb relief to differential analysis, this booklet will offer a effortless overview software for certification or recertification in radiology.
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D and E) Coronal and sagittal reformatted images are helpful to identify the anatomical location and the extent of the lesion. (F) Normal papillary blush on CT images. CT images show normal staining of renal papillae (white arrowheads) due to collection of contrast material in normal collecting ducts 18 1 D E Fig. 1 (continued) Normal Findings and Variations of the Urinary Tract Illustrations 19 F Fig. 1 (continued) A B C Fig. 2 High attenuated renal medullae on nonenhanced CT. (A) Nonenhanced CT in a 26-year-old woman shows high attenuated medullae (white arrowheads) of the right kidney, probably due to dehydration.
Renal Pseudotumors A B C D E Fig. 1 Prominent column of Bertin of the left kidney in a 69-yearold woman. (A) Longitudinal US shows a prominent column of renal parenchyma (white arrows) projecting into the renal sinus. The column contains a focal hypoechoic area (white arrowheads) that probably represents a medulla surrounded by septal cortical tissues. (B and C) Color and Power Doppler US images show interlobar vessels running through the column (white arrows) and arcuate vessels (white arrowheads) within the column.
B) Longitudinal US of the same kidney as A in a different angle shows no evidence of a mass in the upper pole. (C) Twinkling artifact of the right kidney in a 49-year-old man. Longitudinal US shows an identified bright object (white arrowhead) with posterior shadowing (black arrow). (D) Color Doppler US in the same kidney as in C shows mixed color band (white arrowheads) with rapidly changing mixture of color behind a hyperechoic focus, probably caused by a papillary calcification or a small calyceal stone.
Radiology Illustrated: Uroradiology by Seung Hyup Kim