link
Bookmarks
Delayed or Persistent Nephrogram
Amir A. Borhani, MD
To access 4,300 diagnoses written by the world's leading experts in radiology, please log in or subscribe.Log inSubscribe

DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    ESSENTIAL INFORMATION

    • Key Differential Diagnosis Issues

      • Helpful Clues for Common Diagnoses

        • Helpful Clues for Less Common Diagnoses

          • Alternative Differential Approaches

            Selected References

            1. Wolin EA et al: Nephrographic and pyelographic analysis of CT urography: differential diagnosis. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 200(6):1197-203, 2013
            2. Wolin EA et al: Nephrographic and pyelographic analysis of CT urography: principles, patterns, and pathophysiology. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 200(6):1210-4, 2013
            3. Sidhu R et al: Imaging of renovascular disease. Semin Ultrasound CT MR. 30(4):271-88, 2009
            4. Craig WD et al: Pyelonephritis: radiologic-pathologic review. Radiographics. 28(1):255-77; quiz 327-8, 2008
            5. Jung DC et al: Renal papillary necrosis: review and comparison of findings at multi-detector row CT and intravenous urography. Radiographics. 26(6):1827-36, 2006
            6. Tumlin J et al: Pathophysiology of contrast-induced nephropathy. Am J Cardiol. 98(6A):14K-20K, 2006
            7. Kawashima A et al: Renal inflammatory disease: the current role of CT. Crit Rev Diagn Imaging. 38(5):369-415, 1997
            8. Walker CP et al: Case report: rhabdomyolysis following grand mal seizures presenting as a delayed and increasingly dense nephrogram. Clin Radiol. 47(2):139-40, 1993
            9. Dyer RB et al: The abnormal nephrogram. Radiographics. 6(6):1039-63, 1986
            Related Anatomy
            Loading...
            Related Differential Diagnoses
            Loading...
            References
            Tables

            Tables

            DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

              ESSENTIAL INFORMATION

              • Key Differential Diagnosis Issues

                • Helpful Clues for Common Diagnoses

                  • Helpful Clues for Less Common Diagnoses

                    • Alternative Differential Approaches

                      Selected References

                      1. Wolin EA et al: Nephrographic and pyelographic analysis of CT urography: differential diagnosis. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 200(6):1197-203, 2013
                      2. Wolin EA et al: Nephrographic and pyelographic analysis of CT urography: principles, patterns, and pathophysiology. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 200(6):1210-4, 2013
                      3. Sidhu R et al: Imaging of renovascular disease. Semin Ultrasound CT MR. 30(4):271-88, 2009
                      4. Craig WD et al: Pyelonephritis: radiologic-pathologic review. Radiographics. 28(1):255-77; quiz 327-8, 2008
                      5. Jung DC et al: Renal papillary necrosis: review and comparison of findings at multi-detector row CT and intravenous urography. Radiographics. 26(6):1827-36, 2006
                      6. Tumlin J et al: Pathophysiology of contrast-induced nephropathy. Am J Cardiol. 98(6A):14K-20K, 2006
                      7. Kawashima A et al: Renal inflammatory disease: the current role of CT. Crit Rev Diagn Imaging. 38(5):369-415, 1997
                      8. Walker CP et al: Case report: rhabdomyolysis following grand mal seizures presenting as a delayed and increasingly dense nephrogram. Clin Radiol. 47(2):139-40, 1993
                      9. Dyer RB et al: The abnormal nephrogram. Radiographics. 6(6):1039-63, 1986