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Kim Jane,  Shalaby-rana Eglal,  Krill Aaron,  Pohl Hans,  Majd Massoud

Final Pr. ID: Poster #: SCI-005

Lower moiety hydronephrosis/ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) obstruction is an uncommon configuration of duplex collecting systems. We sought to characterize its prevalence, appearance and behavior using diuresis renograms (DR). Read More

Authors:  Kim Jane , Shalaby-rana Eglal , Krill Aaron , Pohl Hans , Majd Massoud

Keywords:  Hydronephrosis, Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction, Duplex collecting system

Jacobson Deborah,  Gong Edward,  Flink Carl,  Cheng Earl,  Johnson Emilie,  Yerkes Elizabeth,  Maizels Max,  Lindgren Bruce,  Liu Dennis,  Rosoklija Ilina

Final Pr. ID: Poster #: SCI-022

Serial renal ultrasound (RUS) is often used as a surrogate for functional renal imaging among patients followed for hydronephrosis. However, it is unclear whether a lack of progression on serial RUS safeguards against loss of renal function. This study was performed to better characterize the association between findings on serial RUS and diuretic renography (DR) among children with unilateral high-grade hydronephrosis. Read More

Authors:  Jacobson Deborah , Gong Edward , Flink Carl , Cheng Earl , Johnson Emilie , Yerkes Elizabeth , Maizels Max , Lindgren Bruce , Liu Dennis , Rosoklija Ilina

Keywords:  Hydronephrosis, Ultrasound, Functional

Thomas Jason,  Shet Narendra,  Lumpkins Kimberly,  Mendley Susan,  Kim Jane

Final Pr. ID: Poster #: EDU-018

In 2014, a new classification system for prenatal and postnatal urinary tract dilatation (UTD) was introduced via a multidisciplinary consensus statement. We have created an easy to use web-based calculator for the prenatal and postnatal UTD classification system which can be used to generate the risk category and the current recommendations for each group. We aim to simplify the overall process for physicians who are either unfamiliar with details of the classification system or apply the classification system infrequently, making it difficult to remember the criteria each time. Moreover, the final risk stratification group and the corresponding current recommendations are automatically copied to the clipboard and can be pasted directly into the imaging report, facilitating the reporting process. Read More

Authors:  Thomas Jason , Shet Narendra , Lumpkins Kimberly , Mendley Susan , Kim Jane

Keywords:  Urinary Tract Dilatation, Classification, Hydronephrosis