ABDOMEN: Multiple views of the abdomen, consisting of a supine and upright film, were obtained. The intestinal pattern appears normal. No free air is seen within the peritoneal cavity. The visualized abdominal organs do not appear to be remarkable and no signifigant soft tissue calcifications are seen.

IMPRESSION: Normal abdomen

INTRAVENOUS PYELOGRAM: Preliminary film of the abdomen is normal. Following the injection of intravenous contrast, both kidneys apppear to be normal in size, shape, and position. No abnormal calcifications are noted. There is adequate excretion bilaterally. The calyceal system, pelves, and ureters are within normal limits. The bladder is not remarkable.

IMPRESSION: Normal intravenous pyelogram.