Clinical Indication: patient with right lower quadrant pain and hematuria - Lasix renal scan.
Dose: 12uCi Tc99m - DTPA given i.v.
Results: normal renal scan with symmetrical early function and no abnormalities seen.
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Clinical Indication: 18 month year old male w/ bilateral hydronephrosis and S/P left pyeloplasty.
Dose: 2 mCi Tc-99m-DTPA given i.v.; 5 mg Lasix given i.v.
Results: decreased blood flow to left kidney, 80% loss of filtration function in left kidney, 20% loss of filtration function in right kidney. Lasix wash-out half time - right kidney: 24 minutes, left kidney: 46 min.
(Abnormal atrophic left kidney with decreased flow and function, fairly normal right renal blood flow and function.)
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Clinical Indication: 55 year old white female - dynamic renal scan.
Dose: 10mCi Tc-99m-glucoheptonate given i.v.
Results: decreased blood flow to both kidneys, decreased function both kidneys. Excretion images: revealed multiple photopenic areas within the kidneys that filled w/ radiotracer. Lasix wash-out slow - 37 minutes. (Abnormal dynamic renal study consistent with patientís known polycystic kidneys without mechanical obstruction.)
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Clinical Indication: 27 year old white male - renal glomerular filtration rate.
Dose: no medication for baseline
Imaging: 3sec/frame(immediate) and 5min/frame(delayed)
Results: good perfusion both kidneys, good excretion, right kidney smaller. GFR - right: 51ml/min; left: 56ml/min. Left renal artery stenosis when compared to Captopril study. (Impression - left renal artery stenosis, chronic kidney disease of the right kidney with decreased differential function.)
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Clinical Indication: 76 year old white female w/ a history of hypertension -Captopril renal flow scan.
Dose: 15.54mCi Tc-99m-DTPA given i..v
Imaging: 3sec/frame and 5sec/frame over 30 minutes
Results: decreased flow to left kidney(slightly atrophic), decreased filtration function in left kidney and only slight decreased right renal function. GFR - right: 54ml/min; left: 30ml/min. (The changes in left kidney may be due to some secondary chronic renal disease.)
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Clinical Indication: 6 month old white male with known UPJ obstruction - LASIX renogram
Dose: 2mCi Tc-99m-MAGIII given i.v., 4.3mg Lasix given i.v.
Results: both kidneys symmetrically perfused; right kidney normal time to peak activity; right kidney contributes 48% early function and normal morphology with no evidence of obstruction; left kidney has increased size and a photopenic area which represents increased size of the collecting system; decreased uptake in upper left pole consistent with cortical thinning; progressive accumulation in a dilated collecting system proximal to the UPJ; left kidney delayed Lasix clearance time. (Split early function analysis: left = 52% and right = 48%).
Clinical Indication: status post right pyeloplasty - DTPA renal scintigraphy with diuretic washout - LASIX renogram.
Dose: 2mCi Tc-99m-DTPA given i.v., 5mg lasix i.v.
Results: symmetric kidney function; bilateral non-obstructive pelvocaliectasis.
Clinical Indication: 2 year old boy with bilateral hydronephrosis and vesico-ureteral reflux - Lasix renography.
Dose: 3mCi Tc99m - DTPA given i.v., 8mg Lasix given i.v.
Results: good blood flow to left kidney; decreased flow and function to right kidney; abnormal Lasix wash out in left kidney(prolonged - 41 minutes). (Significant obstruction of the left kidney.)
Clinical Indication: 62 year old white female - renal flow and function study.
Dose: 12mCi Tc-99m-DTPA given i.v.
Results: normal blood flow to left kidney; right kidney removed by surgery; left kidney has hydronephrosis without obstruction.
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Clinical Indication: patient is 26 year old w/ history of hypertension.
Dose: 14.5 mCi 99m Tc-DTPA given i.v.
Results: right kidney small than left; decreased peak activity and GFR in right kidney.
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Clinical Indication: 27 year old white male w/ renal vascular hypertension - study for renal GFR.
Results: good perfusion and excretion both kidneys; right kidney is smaller; left artery stenosis with decreased left GFR w/ catopril; chronic kidney disease of right kidney with decreased differential function.