Rules of the Game:1. Find the nearest book to you.2. Name the book and author.3. Turn to page 123.4. Go to the fifth sentence on the page.5. Copy out the next 3 sentences and post to your blog.6. Tag three other people.
Campbell's Urology by Walsh, Retic, Vaughan, and Wein
"An abdominal plain radiograph is most often referred to as a KUB (kidney's, ureters, and bladder). An anteroposterior radiograph of the abdomen may also be referred to as a scout film before the administration of IV contrast material for an IV urogram. A plain radiograph of the abdomen and pelvis includes the area above the adrenal glands and extends to 2cm below the symphysis pubis."