RADIOLOGICAL SIGNS OF EXCRETORY SYSTEM & INTESTINE

  • A patient presented with ARF with complete anuria, but a normal ultrasound. Next investigation is Radio Renogram.
  • Oxalate stones are radiopaque in Renal Calculi 
  • On radiography widened duodenal 'C' loop with irregular mucosal pattern on upper gastrointestinal barium series is most likely due to Carcinoma head of pancreas
  • Increased creatinine levels indicates radiograph contrast induced nephropathy
  • Volvulus and mesenteric ischemia has a specific feature,Small intestine dilatation >3 cm & Distal large intestine >9 cm and proximal intestine >5 cm are the radiological features of the intestinal obstruction.
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