What is the current role of CT urography and MR urography in the evaluation of the urinary tract?

@article{Silverman2009WhatIT,
  title={What is the current role of CT urography and MR urography in the evaluation of the urinary tract?},
  author={Stuart G. Silverman and John R. Leyendecker and E. Stephen Amis},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={250 2},
  pages={309-23}
}
Technologic advances in both computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) imaging have resulted in the ability to image the urinary tract in ways that surpass the prior mainstay of urinary tract imaging, the intravenous urogram. In adults, for most, if not all, historical indications for intravenous urography, CT urography or MR urography is now the preferred examination. Although a variety of techniques for both examinations have been described, each test provides more diagnostic… CONTINUE READING

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