renogram

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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.
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renogram

(ˈriːnəˌɡræm)
n
a kidney scan monitoring the throughput by the kidney of a radioactive chemical injected into the bloodstreamthe image produced by such a scan
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re·no·gram

n. renograma, proceso de control del índice de eliminación sanguínea a través del riñón usando una sustancia radioactiva inyectada previamente.
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DTPA renogram was repeated at 3 months after surgery as part of the routine followup.
When this is equivocal an IVU is performed and urine culture sensitivity is done.Success is defined as no or minimal hold-up on DTPA renogram improving renal function and decreasing dilatation on successive intravenous urogram.
Split renal function is determined by radio-isotope DTPA renogram or MAG3 scan, which demonstrates uptake and clearance of the isotope of the individual kidneys (Figs 5(a) and (b)).