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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
"Routine" radiologic studies do not, often enough, concentrate on the part of the anatomy and physiology of importance for the diagnosis. The close cooperation between the pediatrician, urologist and the radiologist will insure more useful uro-radiographic studies on which rational clinical decisions can be based. The child's signs and symptoms, as well as the anatomic and physiologic information needed, dictate the type and order of the radiographic studies. It is beyond the scope of this paper to go into the indications for specific uro-radiographic studies. The radiographic techniques will be presented.
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