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Manjiri  Dighe, MD
Fetal and Postnatal Hydronephrosis: Etiology, Update on New Classification and Management
Manjiri Dighe, MD
04/09/2017 | Time : 22 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the normal and abnormal sonographic appearance of both the fetal and postnatal urinary tract as well as the new urinary tract dilatation (UTD) classification used in the diagnosis and management of hydronephrosis. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to identify normal fetal and postnatal anatomy of the urinary system as well as the sonographic appearance, describe the new urinary tract dilatation (UTD) classification, and list management and follow up options in antenatal and postnatal UTD

Topics mentioned in this video : Antenatal US & MRI anatomy, Antenatal hydronephrosis and grading, Postnatal evaluation of hydronephrosis, Case analysis, New urinary tract dilatation (UTD) classification, Management: pre-and postnatal, Reporting

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Keywords : ANH, antenatal hydronephrosis, anterior posterior renal pelvic diameter, APRPD, caliectasis, color Doppler, ectopic ureter, fetal kidneys, fetal ultrasound, fetal ureter, fetal urinary bladder, MCDK, megaureter, multi-cystic dysplastic kidney, obstetrical ultrasound, oligohydramnios, pediatric kidney, pediatric urinary bladder, PEDIATRIC, pelviectasis, posterior urethral valves, PUV, renal calyces, renal calyx, renal pelvis, spectral Doppler, transient hydronephrosis, UPJ obstruction, ureterocele, ureteropelvic obstruction, ureterovesical obstruction, urethral atresia, urinary tract dilatation classification, UTD, UVJ, VCUG, vesicoureteral reflux, voiding cystourethrography, VUR

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