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Information Provided to Candidate
1. Feline: DSH, 11 year old female spayed
2. 3 month history of a persistent urinary tract infection
3. Survey radiographs and an excretory urogram were done.
4. 1cc/lb of Conray 400mgI/ml was administered for the excretory urogram.
5. Survey radiographs and images at 0, 5, 20, 40 and 60 minutes were provided.
State the radiographic findings.
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Findings Expected from Candidate
On survey radiographs, not shown here, a small right kidney with a focus of mineralization overlying the right kidney were readily apparent. On the excretory urogram, there is prolonged persistence of the nephrogram phase and a markedly delayed and poor pyelogram phase in both kidneys. The small right kidney is abbreviated and distorted at the cranial pole. There is a progressive increase in opacity over time of the small bowel lumen.
Conclusion Expected from the Candidate
Summary of Overall Candidate Performance
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