renogram

(from the article `renal system`) A radioactive renogram involves the injection of radioactive compounds that are concentrated and excreted by the kidney. The radiation can be ...
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renogram

(re┬┤no-gram) a graphic record of kidney function produced by externally monitoring the level of radioactivity in the bladder as a radiopharmaceutical agent enters it from the kidney via the ureters.
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renogram

an x-ray of the kidneys
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renogram

renogram A graphical record of the varying radioactivity of a kidney into which a radioactive substance has been injected; also, a radiograph or autoradiograph of a kidney.
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renogram

The assessment of renal function by external radiation detectors after the administration of a radiopharmaceutical that is filtered and excreted by the kidney. ... Origin: reno-+ G. Gramma, something written ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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renogram

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē′nō-gram Definitions: 1. The assessment of renal function by external radiation detectors after the administration of a radiopharmaceutical agent that is filtered and excreted by the kidney.
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