By Liang Cheng, Gregory T. MacLennan

A unmarried resource of data approximately pathologic lesions of the adrenal, the urinary tract, and the male genital process, minimizing the necessity to seek advice quite a few texts of constrained scope, this booklet includes gross images and photomicrographs of just about each pathologic entity, and variations of these entities. The booklet is lavishly illustrated with photos followed via textual content that explains the visible pictures, highlighting key diagnostic beneficial properties and supplying short yet valuable discussions of the differential diagnosis.

This booklet is designed for practising pathologists and pathologists in education in addition to urologists, GU radiologists, GU radiation oncologists, and GU scientific oncologists.

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Post-contrastographic US study of the urinary system. 4. Post-contrast examination of the renal pelvis and the terminal ureters during and after voiding. Transperineal US urethral examination can be considered in males. Reflux is diagnosed when echogenic microbubbles are displayed in the ureters and into the pelvicalyceal system (Fig. 5). The severity of reflux is graded in a similar manner as the international reflux grading system for VCUG. 4 Voiding Cystourethrography (VCUG) VCUG is the classic examination for the study of the bladder and urethra, particularly in males.

The potential of creating rendered views can serve as an excellent tool for comprehensive demonstration of complex pathology [8]. 2 Doppler Sonography Various Doppler techniques are routinely used in ultrasound studies of the urinary tract in children. Color Doppler sonography (CDS) allows a quick and comprehensive overview of the vascular anatomy as well as an assessment of the velocity and direction of flow in the renal vessels. For this reason, CDS is also a fundamental examination for the follow-up of transplanted kidneys.

Unfortunately the postnatal management of these children remains controversial (in terms of timing and types of interventions). Investigations performed immediately after birth may be altered by perinatal dehydration and lower glomerular filtration. We recommend to wait at least 3–7 days (for unilateral dilatations with normal contralateral kidney also 10–14 days) to perform a sonogram once oligohydramnios, urethral obstruction, multicystic renal dysplasia, and bilateral severe hydronephrosis have been excluded.

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