Author(s): Anderson EM, Murphy R, Rennie AT, Cowan NC
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Abstract Multidetector computed tomography (MDCT) is well established for the detection of stones and renal masses, but more recently MDCT urography (MDCTU) is becoming widely used for examination of the entire urinary tract aimed specifically for diagnosing urothelial lesions. Evidence is rapidly accumulating to support the use of MDCTU in this manner. Familiarity with the MDCTU signs of urothelial malignancy is a prerequisite for optimum radiological practice. This article provides a review of the appearances of transitional cell cancer in the upper urinary tract and bladder.
This article was published in Clin Radiol
and referenced in Medical & Surgical Urology