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n. pl. u·rog·ra·phies
Radiography of the urinary tract.

u′ro·graph′ic (yo͝or′ə-grăf′ĭk) adj.
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(Medicine) of or relating to urography
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The most common MR urographic techniques for displaying the urinary tract can be divided into two categories: Static-fluid MR urography and Excretory MR urography.
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This was true in our case, where contrast enhanced CT with a urographic phase helped to make a diagnosis.
With the exception of these two patients, intravenous urographic imaging showed normal or mild residual hydronephrosis, and kidney function was normal during dynamic synthgrapy studies for each patient.
Evaluation of painful hydronephrosis in pregnancy: Magnetic resonance urographic patterns in physiological dilation versus calculous obstruction.
However, on some occasions of renal anomaly and variations such as duplication of renal collective system, CT urographic study, which includes excretory phase after intravenous contrast administration, may be useful for diagnosis (Figure 2).
The urographic assessment revealed marked reduction of hydronephrosis and permeability of the proximal ureter two years following the surgical repair.
Bilateral renal lymphangiomatosis mimicking hydronephrosis: multidetector CT urographic findings.
Mayer Rokitansky Kuster Hauser Syndrome: Distinction between two forms based on excretory urographic, sonographic and laparoscopic findings.