Intravenous pyelogram

What is Intravenous pyelogram?

Intravenous pyelogram or IVP is a short radiological procedure used for visualized abnormalities in the urinary system. During the procedure they inject the dye in blood and take serial x ray films at specified time to visualize the kidneys ,ureters, bladder.

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My freind's ultra sonic scan report has the below lines
Rt kidney
5mm calculus seen in upper pole.Mild hyronephrosis noted
Lt kidney
5mm...

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I would like to mention that the reports which you have attached has an error in the file and it is not opening...

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Corticomeduallry junction is seen. Mild right renal dilated pelvicalyceal system is seen, what is the cure?

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Corticomedullary differentiation is normally seen in renal ultrasound scan. The only abnormality is mild...

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I had a CT Abdoem and Pelvis because of lower left pelvic pain continuing for months. I had a colonoscopy that only revealed mild diverticulosis....

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Mild pelviectasis in both the kidneys indicates mildly dilated renal drainage system which can happen due to...

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