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n. uretrografía, rayos-x de la uretra usando una sustancia radioopaca inyectada.
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Alongside vigilant physical examination, modalities that assist in diagnosis are cavernography, urethrography, ultrasonography, colour Doppler duplex scanning and magnetic resonance imaging.
The most commonly used methods to characterize the lesions preoperatively are antegrade cystourethrography and retrograde urethrography.
They detail how to perform and interpret all types of procedures for each part of the gastrointestinal and genitourinary tracts, including the modified barium swallow, videoflouroscopic pharyngography, double and single-contrast esophagography and upper GI exams, small bowel follow throughs, enteroclysis, double and single-contrast barium enemas, evacuation proctography, and all types of postoperative GI studies, as well as retrograde urethrography, voiding cystography, and retrograde pyeloureterography.
Dynamic retrograde urethrography was requested as a part of routine urological evaluation, which revealed complete duplication of the penile and bulbous urethra (Figures 1 and 2).
Historically, double balloon positive pressure urethrography and voiding cystourethrogram were the diagnostic studies of choice.
The currently established protocol advocates retrograde urethrography as the initial step, with Foley catheter placement at the presence of urethral injury.
LOUIS -- Positive-pressure urethrography is a very useful test early in the clinical evaluation of patients with a suspected suburethral diverticulum, Dr.
The exact length of the stricture and its site were diagnosed with the help of retrograde urethrography (RGU) and micturating cystourethrography (MCU).
Urethrography or voiding cystourethrography can be performed before performing any kind of treatment; however, these relatively invasive imaging techniques would not have significantly changed our treatment approach and therefore were not applied.
Acquired urethral diverticula can be diagnosed by direct physical examination in combination with radiologic studies including MRI, CT, VCUG, and positive pressure urethrography.
To properly answer that question, three measures should be performed; combined retrograde urethrography with cystography, ultrasound of the urethra, and endoscopic study.