What does upper tract UC look like on urography

What does upper tract UC look like on urography?

A persistent filling defect in the pyelocalyceal system or ureter is the most common imaging finding. With larger lesions, there may be obstruction of the ipsilateral collecting system by the tumor mass or blood clot. On CT and MRI, tumor masses will demonstrate enhancement, whereas blood clot will not.

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