Intravenous Pyelogram is commonly done to identify abnormalities of the urinary tract, such as kidney stones, tumors, or infection. It can also be used to look for problems with the structure of the urinary tract that were present from birth (congenital).
- You must let us know if you are allergic to contrast dye.
If you develop fever or severe pain contact our office at 352-333-7847 (7VIP) or call your referring physician. After hours or on weekends, go to the nearest emergency room or call North Florida Regional Medical Center at 352-333-4000 and ask for the Radiologist on call.