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Intravenous pyelogram (IVP)

  • Normal renal tissue is present, with no indication of inflammation, fibrosis, necrosis, or tumor cells.

  • After an intravenous injection of contrast material
    Timed radiographs are taken of the urinary tract.
    The test requires 1 to 1.5 hours to complete.

  • To visualize the anatomy and function of the urinary tract
  • To evaluate the structure and function of the kidneys, ureters, and bladder
  • To assess the cause of non-traumatic Hematuria
  • To locate the precise site of obstruction
  • To investigate the cause of flank pain or renal Colic

  • Renall failure
  • Recent gallbladder series
  • Feces, gas, barium in the colon
  • Failure to maintain a NPO status

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