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|Other Titles:||Excretory pyelography of conray-400 using x-ray television|
|Authors:||久世, 益治 |
|Author's alias:||KUZE, Masuji|
|Abstract:||Conray-400, a new contrast medium of the urinary tract, was used in fourty-three cases with urological diseases for intravenous excretory pyelography under the X-ray television. Conray-400 was found to be highly effective in producing pyelograms p r omptly without side effect. The result of this study could be summarized as follows : 1) Satisfactory pyelograms were obtained in 81.5 % of t h e cases in which X-ray exposures were controlled under the television. 2) Pyelograms should b e taken at seven and fifteen minutes after intravenous injection of Conray-400 was started. 3) The pos i t ion during pyelography was either Supine or Trendelenburg's position. No significant advantage of each or difference between them were observed. 4) The average time required to finish intravenous injectio n of conray-400 was 52 sec. 5) In almost all the cases, premedication such as castor oil or Gascon tablets was n ot done. 6) No serious side effect was seen, despite relatively rapid injection of conray-400.|
|Appears in Collections:||Vol.15 No.1|
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