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Or a false sense of security from a mistakenly cleanreport and only diagnosed much later.

‘We will be able to see subtle tumors as small as 2 to 3 millimeters, in areas where other exams can not walk, and we were able to save patients the delay and aggravation of returning to repeated diagnostic scans and procedures, ‘adds Caoili, a clinical assistant professor of radiology whose RSNA research Scholar Award co-funded the research.. This test, administered as an intravenous pyelogram or intravenous urography is known to find the cause of symptoms less than 50 % of the time.

References: RSNA scientific poster 317GU-p; Radiology, 353-360Note: For patients with a history of urinary tract cancer that would be for for a MDCTU scanning at the University of Michigan in can can the UM Cancer answer Line at 1-800-865-1125 call.