a study of the bladder and the urethra. While you lie on an x-ray table, a catheter is paced in the bladder and a clear contrast is run through the catheter. X-ray pictures are taken. This test takes approximately 30 minutes.
A chemical that can be seen on X-ray is instilled through a catheter into the bladder to help diagnose reflux and other conditions.
a bladder x-ray that takes moving pictures
an x-ray test that allows specialists to watch the flow of urine from the bladder to see if the bladder is emptying normally
a specific x - ray that examines the urinary tract
a way of obtaining an x-ray of your bladder
Also referred to as voiding cystourethrogram or voiding cystogram. A catheter is placed in the urethra and the bladder is filled with a contrast dye. X-ray images are taken as the bladder fills and empties to show any blockage or reverse urine flow.