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What is a renal graph?
My child is having a renal grap and a VCUG tomorrow ... I don't know what they are does anyone know what these tests are? Please let me know
Asked by Tangela Croley 2 years ago.
Here is info on VCUG and a link to wikipedia. I was unable to find anything on a renal graph, but it has to do with kidney funtion tests. Be sure to talk with the doctor in depth to get a better understanding for testing and treatment plans. In urology, a voiding cystourethrogram (VCUG), also micturating cystourethrogram (MCUG), is a test used to visualize the urethra and urinary bladder that takes place during micturition (voiding). The test consists of catheterizing the patient and allowing radiopaque contrast (typically cystografin) to drip into the bladder. Under fluoroscopy (real time x-rays) the radiologist watches the contrast enter the bladder and looks at the anatomy of the patient. If the contrast refluxes into the ureters and back into the kidneys, the radiologist gives the degree of severity a score. The exam ends when the patient voids on the table while the radiologist is watching under fluoroscopy. It is important to watch the contrast during voiding, because this is when the bladder has the most pressure, and it is most likely this is when reflux will occur. Answered by Harold Balicki 2 years ago.
well it is to chek kidney functions and its chemical levels....why don't you make your child try herbal medicines for kidney problem......give him KUmari saar and Amla saar and mutrkrichantak churan....chek www.planetayurveda.com for more info or write to firstname.lastname@example.org for free ayurvedic help Answered by Carita Waterston 2 years ago.