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By Li-Jen Wang

This e-book offers a wealth of pictures of the several ailments and stipulations encountered within the box of uroradiology with the purpose of allowing the reader to acknowledge lesions, to interpret them accurately and to make right diagnoses. the photographs were chosen simply because they depict ordinary or vintage findings and supply a path to lesion acceptance that's improved 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, vital imaging gains are highlighted and key issues pointed out in short accompanying descriptions. Readers will locate that the e-book offers first-class suggestions within the choice of imaging modalities and enables analysis. will probably be a great prepared resource of knowledge on key imaging beneficial properties of urinary tract illnesses for scientific scholars, citizens, fellows and physicians dealing with those illnesses.

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The right kidney (arrows) is located at the subdiaphragmatic area of the right diaphragmatic eventration site. On the other hand, the spleen is located at the subdiaphragmatic area of the left diaphragmatic eventration site. b Fig. 3 Renal Ectopia 7 Case 5 Fig. 4 Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) shows a crossfused renal ectopia. Magnetic resonance urography (Fig. 7a) shows an abnormally large kidney at the right abdomen with elongated appearance of the renal pelvicalyceal system and abnormal ureteropelvic junction location (arrow).

15 Column of Bertin is shown on renal ultrasound (US), excretory urography (EU), and computed tomography (CT). 15a, left renal US of longitudinal scan shows a prominent column of Bertin protruding into the renal sinus, which is isoechoic to other part of renal parenchyma. 15b, left renal US from a different angle of Fig. 2 cm. , a mass lesion occupying an anatomical area or space). A subtending calyx (arrowhead) present at this location suggests the presence of column of Bertin rather than a true space-occupying lesion.

42 b 34 1 Normal Variant and Congenital Anomalies a b Fig. 45 Fig. 43 Fig. 44 Excretory urography (EU), retrograde pyelography (RP), renal ultrasound (US), and computed tomography (CT) illustrate imaging features of a patient with congenital ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) obstruction. 42a, EU at 10 min after contrast medium administration shows opacification of dilated renal calyces (arrows) but no opacification of the renal pelvis. 42b, EU at 60 min after contrast medium administration shows right hydronephrosis (arrow) and hydrocalicosis with opacification of a normalsized right ureter (arrowhead).

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