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Awareness of MR Urography Pitfalls Allows Radiologist to Avoid Critical Errors


Background: While CT urography is a common technique to evaluate lesions of the urothelial tract, MR urography can also be used to characterize lesions, congenital defects, and causes of collecting system obstruction. This is useful due to its multitude of sequences and lack of ionizing radiation but multiple potential pitfalls also exist. Objective: To discuss potential pitfalls in MR urography. Technique: Fluid-sensitive sequences can depict the urinary tract without IV contrast. more...
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