Finding the Role of CT Urography in Case of Haematuria
Sajjid Abbas, Muhammad Qamar uz Zaman, Abdul Tawab Zia
Introduction: Haematuria is one of the most common presentations of urinary tract pathologies and always warrants serious concern, both to the patient as well as the treating physician. Objectives: The main objective of the study is to analyse the main role of CT urography in case of haematuria. Material and methods: This prospective study was conducted in DHQ teaching hospital, Sargodha during 2019. The data was collected from 50 patients of haematuria from the OPD of the hospital. The patients was undergo CECT examination after obtaining detailed clinical history. Patient is advised to be nil by mouth six hours before the study. Results: The data was collected from 50 patients. There were 38 females and 12 males. The most common cause of obstructive uropathy was stone disease i.e., renal, ureteric or both and 75.0% patients in group A and 65.0% in group B, presented with it followed by other causes i.e., carcinomas, pyonephrosis and PUJ obstruction as shown in table 1. Conclusion: It is concluded that multi-detector CT urography detects the entire spectrum of urinary tract pathologies causing haematuria with high accuracy.