Genitourinary Imaging

  • Luisa Ceres-Ruiz
Part of the Imaging for Clinicians book series (IMAGCLIN, volume 1)


A 1-month-old male of African origin with fever and evidence of pyuria.


Hospital Regional Vesicoureteral Reflux Left Renal Vein Renal Tubular Acidosis Posterior Urethral Valve 
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Further Reading

Case 1: Bilateral Ureterocele

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Case 2: Posterior Urethral Valves

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Case 3: Pyelonephritis in Newborns

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Case 4: Acute Focal Nephronia

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Case 5: Testicular Rupture After Blunt Trauma

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Case 6: Nephrocalcinosis: Bartter Syndrome

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Case 7: Pediatric Urolithiasis

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Case 8: Neurogenic Nonneurogenic Bladder and Vesicoureteral Reflux

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Case 9: Nutcracker Syndrome

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Case 10: Renal Cortical Necrosis

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Luisa Ceres-Ruiz
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  1. 1.Department of Radiology Pediatric Radiology UnitHospital Materno-Infantil del Hospital Regional Universitario Carlos HayaMálagaSpain

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