M Benson, J P Li Puma, M I Resnick
Technology has permitted significant advances in the imaging and early diagnosis and treatment of many serious urinary tract infections. The armamentarium is vast, with CT scan, ultrasound, nuclear scan, and magnetic resonance imaging on the horizon, with more studies certainly to follow. Nothing, however, can replace the value of proper assessment of clinical signs and symptoms and the logical pursuit of a diagnosis with knowledge of the capabilities and deficiencies of each study.
November 1986: Urologic Clinics of North America