Month: December 2016

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Non-invasive imaging cannot replace formal angiography in the diagnosis of renovascular hypertension

An excellent study published in Pediatric Nephrology journal today from the Great Ormond Street Hospital, UK, shows that the sensitivity of MRA and CTA is still too low to reliably rule out renovascular disease in children with a strong suspicion of this diagnosis. DSA remains the gold standard to diagnose renovascular hypertension and is recommended

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Need to act early!! PUV

Just now saw a child from far away in India, with this MCU showing clearly posterior urethral valves, and now the child is in chronic kidney disease stage V, and requires a transplant. As doctors, we all should spread this message, to diagnose this early and treat it early too fpr better future of these kids! 

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