THE VALUE OF LYMPHANGIOGRAPHY IN CHYLURIA: A REPORT OF THREE CASES.
- B Morag
- M Hertz
- ZJ Rubinstein
The lymphographic findings in three patients suffering from idiopathic chyluria are described. These findings included lymphangiectases and retrograde filling of kidney lymphatics; bilaterally in two and unilaterally in one patient. In the latter patient, the contrast was also seen entering the renal calyces and pelvis before passing to the bladder. The thoracic duct was patent in all three cases. The value of lymphangiography in patients with chyluria is emphasized.
How to Cite:
Morag, B. & Hertz, M. & Rubinstein, Z., (1977) “THE VALUE OF LYMPHANGIOGRAPHY IN CHYLURIA: A REPORT OF THREE CASES.”, Lymphology 10(1), 5-9.