renography


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re·no·gram

 (rē′nə-grăm′)
n.
1. A graphic record of the passage of radiation through the renal system after injection of a radioactive tracer.
2. A radiograph of a kidney.

[Latin rēnēs, kidneys + -gram.]

re′nog′ra·phy (rē-nŏg′rə-fē) n.

renography

(riːˈnɒɡrəfɪ)
n
the use of renograms to study kidney function
Translations

re·nog·ra·phy

n. renografía, rayos- X del riñón.
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Diuresis renography using Tc-99m MAG-3 clarifies the significance of hydronephrosis and/or hydro-ureter.
2,3] The role of renography in children with moderate and severe hydronephrosis is to assist to identify children who need surgical intervention.
The differential renal function was assessed with computerized isotope renography (DTPA renal scan) in selected patients.
14) Thus, the clinical setting and the use of further imaging such as diuretic renography may be necessary to determine the functional significance of the appearance of a dilated collecting system.
Captopril-enhanced renography and scintigraphy offer a noninvasive test and the ability to assess renal functional status.
Diuretic renography demonstrated bilateral nonobstructive hydronephrosis with prompt drainage of both renal units.
Renal function changes were evaluated with nuclear renography comparing glomerular filtration rate (GFR) percent during follow-up with the preoperative values.
The role of renography in children with moderate and severe hydronephrosis is to help identify children who need surgical intervention.
Patients were evaluated with preoperative physical examination, intravenous urography, and diuretic renography.
Renography is performed with radioactive agents that are excreted either by glomerular filtration (99Tc-DPTA) or mainly by tubular secretion combined with glomerular filtration (99Tc-MAG3).