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TitleRadiological Imaging of the Ureter [electronic resource] / edited by Francis Joffre, Philippe Otal, Michel Soulie
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2003
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-55831-3
Descript X, 349 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Owing to its central position in the retroperitoneal and pelvic cavity, the ureter is rapidly affected by a variety of pathological processes. Furthermore, any disease involving the ureter can also have an effect on the kidneys. For several decades, the diagnosis of diseases affecting the ureter was based on intravenous excretory urography and techniques of direct opacification. However, the diagnostic strategy has been extensively modified by the advent of helical computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. This book, the first to focus specifically on ureteral imaging, covers both the new and the traditional techniques. Their use in the variety of scenarios involving ureteral disease is clearly elucidated with the aid of high-quality informative images


CONTENT

1 Techniques of Ureteral Imaging -- 2 The Normal Ureter -- 3 Ureteral Malformations -- 4 Ureteral Obstruction -- 5 Ureteral Lithiasis and Others Intraluminal Diseases -- 6 Ureteral Tumors -- 7 Inflammatory Diseases of the Ureter -- 8 Ureters in Pregnancy -- 9 Ureteral Diseases of Extrinsic Origin -- 10 Miscellaneous -- 11 Postoperative and Posttransplantation Ureter -- 12 Interventional Radiology of the Ureter -- 13 Strategy for Ureteral Imaging -- List of Abbreviations -- List of Contributors


Medicine Radiology Internal medicine Nephrology Pathology Urology Medicine & Public Health Imaging / Radiology Diagnostic Radiology Urology Nephrology Internal Medicine Pathology



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