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Ultrasound of Acute Abnormalities of the Genito-Urinary Tract


Peter Cooperberg, MD, FRCPC

Head, Department of Radiology and Imaging,
St. Paul's Hospital,
University of British Columbia,
Vancouver, British Columbia.
February, 2001

Presented at Practical Update in Radiology 2001,
Whistler, B.C.,
hosted by:
University of British Columbia
30 minutes duration.

Use of ultrasound to differentiate hydronephrosis, stones, and other causes of acute genitourinary problems.

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