Follow-Up of Abnormal CT in an Asymptomatic Patient

Paul Kuperman

Appl Radiol Online. 2002;1(3) 

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This 21 year-old female was noted to have a abnormally dilated ureter on abdominal CT. No obstructing lesion was seen however, follow-up IVP was performed to further evaluate. The IVP demonstrated findings consistent with primary megaureter and the patient was discharged without further follow-up.

Q: The most appropriate management of this patient would be

  1. IV administration of atropine

  2. Cystoscopy

  3. ESWL

  4. Nothing this is a benign condition

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