Maximum-distention retrograde urethrocystography in healthy male dogs: occurrence of vesicoureteral reflux

Feeney, D.A.; Johnston, G.R.; Osborne, C.A.; Tomlinson, M.J.

American Journal of Veterinary Research 45(5): 953-954

1984


ISSN/ISBN: 0002-9645
PMID: 6732031
Accession: 005859512

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Abstract
Healthy, mature male Beagles (24) were examined radiographically for vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) by maximum-distention retrograde urethrocystography. Bilateral VUR was observed in 9 dogs and unilateral VUR was observed in 3 dogs. The VUR occurred when the bladder was full or nearly full when maximum bladder filling was defined by trigonal-prostatic urethral dilation. The refluxed contrast medium reached the renal pelves in all but 3 of the 21 affected ureters.