Antenatal detection of pelviureteric junction stenosis: main controversies.

@article{Piepsz2011AntenatalDO,
  title={Antenatal detection of pelviureteric junction stenosis: main controversies.},
  author={Amy Piepsz},
  journal={Seminars in nuclear medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={41 1},
  pages={11-9}
}
Although renography has been used for half a century to evaluate the function of the infant kidney, there are still important disagreements among the specialists involved in this particular pathology. Each department of nuclear medicine has his own way to acquire and process a renogram; to interpret the obtained images, curves, and quantitative parameters; and to make recommendations for the referring physician. The urologist has his or her part of responsibilities because the decision for… CONTINUE READING