THE RENOGRAM IN LYMPHATIC DYSPLASIA
- J Beninson
- RL Rian
- WR Eyler
- LA DuSault
- Forty-two patients with lymphatic dysplasia were examined by hippuran iodine 131 renograms. The patients all had clinical and lymphangiographic proof of lymphatic dysplasia. None of the patients were hypertensive.
- Of the 84 kidneys studied, 17 handled the hippuran in normal fashion with only 7 patients showing bilaterally normal renograms.
- Abnormal tracings were categorized as mild in 44 kidneys, moderate in 16 kidneys, and severe in 7 kidneys, many of which could have been confused with nephrosclerosis or renal artery stenosis.
How to Cite:
Beninson, J. & Rian, R. & Eyler, W. & DuSault, L., (1974) “THE RENOGRAM IN LYMPHATIC DYSPLASIA”, Lymphology 7(3), 123-130.