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VCUG comp

VCUG and cystography from packet

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What components make up the urinary system? 2 kidneys, 2 ureters, one bladder and one urethra.
What is the function of the urinary system? remove waste from the blood, maintain fluid and electrolyte balance, regulate pH
Average daily urine output 1-2 liters per day
What makes up the pelvacalyceal system? renal pelvis and calyces
Cystography retrograde examination of the urinary bladder
Cystoureterography retrograde examination of the urinary bladder and ureters
Cystourethrography retrograde examination of the urinary bladder and urethra
Neurogenic bladder abnormal functioning caused by impaired innervations
Indications for exams of the urinary tract vesicoureteral reflux, recurrent UTI’s, trauma, fistulas, strictures, impaired urination.
Contrast for urinary exams nonionic iodinated
Catheters used for adults foley
Catheters used for infants and children French 5 or 8 feeding tube
What type of scale are contrast study images? short scale
Indications for female Cystoureterography tumor, abcess, diverticula, dilation, strictures, incontinence
What can be done to project the bladder neck free of superimposition? add a 5 degree caudad angle
CR entry for AP projections superior border of the pubic symphysis
Part rotation for obliques 35-40 degrees
CR entry for obliques 2” above the pubic symphysis
Created by: annaluz87