Radionuclide renography: a review.

@inproceedings{Maisey2003RadionuclideRA,
  title={Radionuclide renography: a review.},
  author={Michael Maisey},
  year={2003}
}
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Radionuclide renography has become standard practice but with controversial areas and variations in technique. This review looks at some recent studies to improve usefulness and to assess the current clinical indications for the use of dynamic radionuclide renography and considers some of the recent publications that have contributed to the subject during the past year. RECENT FINDINGS: Two important papers attempting to standardize the diuretic renogram and provide normal… CONTINUE READING

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