Figure 18. Bilateral symmetrical captopril induced changes. Testing was performed in this young woman with uncontrolled hypertension after interruption of ACE inhibitor therapy for 72 hours. The baseline 99mTc-MAG3 study (A) is normal. Following captopril (B), there is marked parenchymal retention symmetrically in the kidneys. This is a non-specific response that is attributed to a modest drop in the patient's blood pressure (from 150/90 to 135/75). (Case provided by Dr. W.D. Leslie.)

Figure 19. 99mTc-DPTA scan in a normal renal transplant. Both the flow (A) and 1 minute sequential images (B) are normal.

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