Roentgenological Aspects of Renal Function *

  • Hugh M. Wilson
  • Published 1953 in The Yale journal of biology and medicine
During the past twenty-five years excretory urography has become increasingly important as a routine screening technique for disease of the urinary tract. It is used as a case-finding procedure and has been recommended as a test of renal function. A number of iodinated organic compounds have been made available as opaque contrast media which are excreted by… CONTINUE READING