IVP. Definition

Medical Definition: IVP

X-ray of the kidneys, ureters and bladder. Is the injection of a blood vessel in a dye that appears on radiographs and moves these organs and helps delineate clearly on radiographs. The substance can see the outline of the kidneys, ureters and bladder as it flows through the system and accumulates in the urine. Generally, an IVP is done to see if something blocks the flow of urine. special type of x-ray procedure. A substance is injected into the bloodstream. Also called IVP (for its acronym in English).

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