Roentgen diagnosis of the kidney and the ureter

  • Olle Olsson
Part of the Handbuch der medizinischen Radiologie / Encyclopedia of Medical Radiology book series (HDBRADIOL, volume 13 / 1)

Abstract

Perusal of the urologic literature and current journals will convince any critical reader of the need for a comprehensive presentation of urologic diagnostic radiology in which the examination techniques and evaluation of the findings are based on fundamental roentgen-diagnostic principles. It is apparent from the literature that diagnostic radiology is widely practised without sufficient fundamental knowledge of physics, of the different examinations methods, of radiation protection, pharmacology of the contrast media, physiologic principles of dynamics, etc., all factors to be considered in the planning and performance of the examinations and in the interpretation of the findings.

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