EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF RADIOLOGY, vol.81, no.5, pp.825-829, 2012 (Journal Indexed in SCI)
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EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF RADIOLOGY
Urinary tract, CT, Renal obstruction, Parenchymal attenuation, ACUTE FLANK PAIN, HELICAL CT, URETERAL OBSTRUCTION, DIAGNOSTIC-VALUE, SECONDARY SIGNS, TRACT, URETEROLITHIASIS, UROGRAPHY, HYDRATION, DENSITY
Objective: We aimed to search if the renal parenchymal attenuation measurements on unenhanced CT scans could be useful in differentiating acutely obstructed kidneys from chronic cases or unobstructed kidneys.