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AuthorBecker, W. author
TitleImaging in Paediatric Urology [electronic resource] / by W. Becker, J. Meller, H. Zappel, A. Leenen, F. Seseke
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2003
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-55785-9
Descript XII, 251 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Methods - Thorough description of the current imaging and functional investigation techniques in nuclear medicine and radiology - Detailed portrayal of indications and differential diagnoses Clinical Applications - Exhaustive description of the features of paediatric urological diseases relevant for diagnostic imaging - Embryologic and pathophysiologic background - Clear recommendations on application of diagnostic imaging techniques based on the latest findings and consensus guidelines Case Studies - Large number of case reports illustrating standard procedures in diagnostic imaging - Case descriptions highlighting common diagnostic problems - Presentation of unusual and rare cases


CONTENT

1 Clinical Aspects of Paediatric Urology -- 1.1 Embryology -- 1.2 Anomalies of the Upper Urinary Tract -- 1.3 Anomalies of the Lower Urinary Tract -- 1.4 Prune-belly Syndrome -- 1.5 Urinary Tract Infections -- 1.6 Urolithiasis -- 1.7 Vesico-ureteral Reflux -- 1.8 Megaureter -- 1.9 Obstructive Uropathy -- 1.10 Paediatric Oncology -- References -- 2 Diagnostic Procedures in Paediatric Uroradiology -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Ultrasonography -- 2.3 Voiding Cysto-urethrography -- 2.4 Intravenous Urography -- 2.5 Computed Tomography -- 2.5.1 Technique -- 2.6 Magnetic Resonance Imaging -- 2.7 Conclusions -- References -- 3 Nuclear Medicine Imaging and Therapy in Paediatric Urology -- 3.1 Radiopharmaceuticals for Dynamic Renal Scintigraphy -- 3.2 Radiopharmaceuticals for Static Renal Scintigraphy -- 3.3 Dose Schedules and Radiation Burden -- 3.4 Renal Imaging -- 3.5 Renal Clearance -- 3.6 Diuresis Scintigraphy -- 3.7 Renal Cortical Scintigraphy -- 3.8 Radionuclide Cystography -- 3.8 Direct Radionuclide Cystography -- 3.8. Indirect Radionuclide Cystography -- 3.9 Meta-iodobenzylguanidine in Neuroblastoma -- References -- 4 Case Reports -- Case 1: Bilateral Renal Hypoplasia -- Case 2: Unilateral Renal Agenesis Combined with VUR on the Contralateral Side -- Case 3: Pancake Kidney -- Case 4: Unilateral Renal Dysplasia with Contralateral Subpelvic Obstruction -- Case 5: Horseshoe Kidney and Symptomatic Urinary Tract Infections -- Case 6: Horseshoe Kidney with a Megaureter on the Right Side -- Case 7: Upper Urinary Tract Infection Combined with Reversible Renal Lesions Seen on 99mTc-DMSA Scan and Ectopic Position of One Kidney -- Case 8: Renal Damage Following Multifocal Pyelonephritis -- Case 9: Subpelvic Obstruction During Early Childhood -- Case 10: Recurrent Renal Colics Caused by an Extrinsic Subpelvic Stenosis -- Case 11: Dilatation of the Renal Pelvis Without Obstruction -- Case 12: Prenatally Diagnosed Unilateral Dilation of the Renal Pelvis -- Case 13: Intermittent Colics with Macrohaematuria Due to Extrinsic Subpelvic Stenosis -- Case 14: Prune Belly Syndrome (Unilateral Manifestation) -- Case 15: Obstructive Megaureter -- Case 15: Congenital Bilateral Megaureter -- Case 17: Incontinence Caused by an Ectopic Ureter -- Case 18: Bilateral Single Ectopic Ureter -- Case 19: Duplex System with Ectopic and Obstructive Megaureter -- Case 20: Renal Duplication with Dysplastic Upper Pole and Ureterocele -- Case 21: Bilateral Renal Duplication and VUR -- Case 22: Duplex-System with Dysplastic-Lower Pole and Reflux Nephropathy -- Case 23: Dysplastic Kidney with Severe VUR -- Case 24: Reflux Nephropathy After Two Episodes of Pyelonephritis Caused by Secondary Reflux and a Meatal Stenosis -- Case 25: High-grade Bilateral VUR and Reflux Nephropathy -- Case 26: Functional Disturbance of Micturition with Secondary Bilateral VUR -- Case 27: Left-sided Dysplastic Multicystic Kidney and Testicular Dysplasia Combined with Contralateral High-grade VUR -- Case 28: Polycystic Kidney (Autosomal Dominant Type) -- Case 29: Tuberous Sclerosis โ{128}{148} Cystic Renal Disease -- Case 30: Urethral Valve โ{128}{148} Severe Secondary Reflux -- Case 31: Terminal Renal Insufficiency Due to Obstructive Uropathy Caused by a Urethral Valve: Renal Transplantation at 2 1/2 Years of Age -- Case 32: Bladder Exstrophy and Uretero-enterostomy (Mainz Pouch II) -- Case 33: Neonatal Renal Vein Thrombosis -- Case 34: Nephrolithiasis, Cystinuria -- Case 35: Hereditary Nephrolithiasis Due to Hyperresorptive Hypercalciuria -- Case 36: Renal Bruise on the Right Side -- Case 37: Wilmsโ{128}{153} Tumour - Aniridia Syndrome with Deletion of 11pl2 -- Case 38: Neuroblastoma


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