Ureterograph is the method of roentgenologic examination of the ureter. Ureterograph, as a rule, is made with retrograde by pielografia (see). As contrast agents with ureterograph use a solution of sergazina, cardiotest, diodon, less oxygen and carbon dioxide. Contrast dye is injected through the catheter is slowly warmed directly into the ureter. On ureterograph produced in direct and oblique projections when the patient on the back, one can see images of all of the ureter that gives the opportunity to identify its location, width ground clearance, anomalies, stones, inflammation, cancer, and diseases of the stump of the ureter after removal of the kidney.