MR urography in children: current status and future development

@article{Borthne2000MRUI,
  title={MR urography in children: current status and future development},
  author={Arne Borthne and Claude Pierre-Jerome and Tore Nordshus and Tor Reiseter},
  journal={European Radiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={10},
  pages={503-511}
}
The normal anatomy and many pathologies of the pediatric genitourinary system can be assessed with different imaging modalities. Most of them are based on the use of ionizing radiation and/or invasive techniques. The contribution of magnetic resonance imaging in this regard has opened new ways of approaching pathological conditions in this patient group. The addition of the newly developed rapid techniques has enhanced the superiority of MRI, and both morphological and functional evaluation of… CONTINUE READING

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