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What does prompt biliateral excretion of the contrast into the normal pelvicayael systems and uterus in an IVP indicate ?

what does this mean there is a prompt biliateral exeretion of the contrast into the normal pelvicalyael sytems and uterus i am 38 yrs old ,no children and i have a pain just below my left pelvic . itook an ultrasound and it came back normal but then i took a ivp and the results were there is a prompt biliateral excretion of the contrast into the normal pelvicayael systems and uterus
Asked On : Sun, 17 Jul 2011
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hello ,
IVP means intravenous pyelography which is done to see the urinary system.
For uterus and fallopian tubes HSG means hysterosalpingography is done in which we put dye ans see the spill.They must have done doppler studies to see the urinary as well as uterine structures.Everything is normal.
Take care
Answered: Wed, 20 Jul 2011
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General Surgeon Dr. Swapnendu Sekhar Ghosh's  Response
welcome to healthcaremagic
the report in ivp as you have mentioned is confusing
uterus can not be seen in i v p first part of the report means normal function and structure of kidney
the last two words 'and uterus'is not part of i vp report
please see the report and get it cleared from the radiologist
Answered: Wed, 20 Jul 2011
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