Normal CT split bolus study of the renal tract

Case contributed by Dr Ian Bickle

Presentation

Persistent microscopic haematuria. Cause not identified from cystoscopy or other imaging.

Patient Data

Age: 66
Gender: Female

Mal-rotation of the right kidney.

Both kidneys are otherwise normal in appearances.

The collecting systems, ureters and urinary bladder are normal in appearance.

Cholecystectomy.

Case Discussion

A decent example of a split bolus study, a dose minimising technique for imaging the urinary tract, chiefly for the investigation of haematuria.

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Case Information

rID: 48631
Case created: 18th Oct 2016
Last edited: 18th Oct 2016
System: Urogenital
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