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  • Imaging the renal mass: a historical review. [Historical Article]
    Radiology 2014; 273(2 Suppl):S126-41McClennan BL
  • A matter of months after Roentgen's landmark discovery in 1895, Roentgen's rays were focused on diseases and disorders of the urinary tract, specifically the kidney. At the dawn of the 20th century, urologists in the United States and around the world quickly recognized that by using a variety of metal stylets and radiopaque contrast agents, such as silver salts, the upper urinary tract, namely t…
  • Locating the kidneys on CT to guide nephrotomography. [Journal Article]
    Radiol Technol 1997 Mar-Apr; 68(4):329-31Chen MY, Gelfand DW, … Ott DJ
  • Tomography of the kidneys is a routine procedure performed during intravenous urography. Precisely locating the kidneys, however, can be difficult. This article describes a study performed to determine a simple and accurate measurement for kidney location as a guide to obtaining initial nephrotomographic sections. The authors measured the distance from the midplane of the kidney to the posterior …
  • Intravenous pyelography in penetrating trauma. [Journal Article]
    Am Surg 1994; 60(6):384-6Tang E, Berne TV
  • Intravenous pyelograms (IVPs) are routinely used in the workup of suspected urologic injuries. The indications for obtaining IVPs have not been well characterized. This study examined 67 patients with penetrating trauma who received formal IVPs with nephrotomography in the radiology department. Of 35 stab wounds, 19 patients presented without hematuria and accounted for only one positive IVP. No …
  • [The imaging diagnosis of adrenal tumors]. [Journal Article]
    Arch Esp Urol 1992; 45(4):331-9Cózar Olmo JM, Martínez-Piñeiro JA, … de la Peña J
  • From 1967 to 1991 we have diagnosed and treated 73 adrenal tumors in 63 patients: 12 pheochromocytomas, 24 adrenal cortical adenomas, 15 hyperplasias, 16 carcinomas, 3 myelolipomas, 2 cysts and 1 neuroblastoma. We conducted a retrospective study to analyze the preoperative images obtained by different diagnostic techniques and attempted to correlate tumor size and site with the results of the his…
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