Arteriography, Venography and Radio-Isotopes in the Diagnosis of Cancer of the Kidney
In 1981, renal angiography is no longer necessary in order to make a diagnosis and to institute appropriate treatment for renal cancer. However it remains of great value in the diagnosis of extension of the tumour and for the knowledge of the arterial and venous disposition which the surgeon will encounter. From a technical point of view, this information is important.
KeywordsRenal Artery Inferior Vena Renal Vein Left Renal Vein Dimercapto Succinic Acid
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