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Benefits of CT urography in patients presenting to the emergency department with suspected ureteric colic
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    CT Urography: Clarification

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    We read with great interest the excellent article in the September 2008 issue of the journal by Ulahannan et al entitled “Benefits of CT Urography in patients presenting to the emergency department with suspected ureteric colic”[1]. They employed a test designated a “non-contrast CT Urogram” and concluded that CT is the preferred test of choice for patients over 40 with suspected ureteric coli...

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